CES in Pictures: A Few Cool Cell Phones

Moto Z10 Puts a Film Studio in Your Pocket

As a phone, the Z10 slides open at an angle (Motorola calls it a kick slider) so that it cradles comfortably against the face. But its real innovation is in its on-board video editing software. Created by Arcsoft, the program looks very much like a desktop application, with a timeline (for dragging your clips), support for an audio track, and 15 transitions. It supports HSDPA broadband data networks as well as GSM/EDGE, so uploading video to ShoZu, Yahoo, or YouTube won't take too long.

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