Motorola made a big splash here at CES this year, launching a couple of great mobile handsets. The Motorola Z10 is a super high-end handset, sporting the company’s patented banana-slider design. The big news, however, is the phone’s on-board video editing suite. Using the rear-mounted camera, users are able to shoot video and store it to the on a microSD card. Video capture is nothing new, but the real magic happens once the movies are on-board. The Z10 features the most sophisticated video editing software we’ve ever seen on a mobile handset. You can combine clips, add transitions, overlay text, and drop narration or MP3s over your new masterpiece. Once its all done, you just simply us the built-in YouTube client that allows you to upload the flicks directly to your online account, provided, of course, you’re in a 3G coverage area. It’s a real well-made handset that we have absolutely zero hope of seeing on American soil, at least in the forseeable future…lucky Europeans. They always get the 2100MHz band love. Hit the gallery for the hands on shots!