CNET UK's tech blog, "Crave," posted a hands-on with Motorola's new "Best in the World!" cameraphone, the ZN5. While the Nokia N82 might have something to say about that Best in the World title, Crave seems to really be liking their time with this first by-product of Moto's collaboration with imaging giant Kodak.
While Crave didn't go so far as to actually download and view any of the 5MP photos they took with ZN5 (seems this was a restricted hands-on, and not a full review situation - the Crave blog does show one full-res ZN5 photo provided by Motorola), they did laud the cameraphone's start-up speed and shutter speed, saying "taking pictures was ... very fast with little to no shutter lag." There's no onboard 3G, but you can upload photos to Flickr, Facebook and other web sites via WiFi, and the Xenon flash also seemed to work well in Crave's tests.
The ZN5 also features a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, which is finally becoming the rule - and not the exception - in high end media phones. Look for the ZN5 to hit UK carriers in September; there are rumors of a T-Mobile release in the US, but for now they're only rumors.