Kodak will unveil a range of mobile devices with Android OS. The first smartphone from the new product family will be unveiled in less than two weeks, during CES in Las Vegas.
Kodak’s family of smartphones and tablets will be aimed at customers looking for high-end, yet simple user experience. There is no word on specs just yet - all we know is that the devices “will come pre-loaded with bespoke image capture, management and sharing features to offer a rich user experience.”
The storied imaging brand will partner on the venture with the England-based Bullitt Group. The latter is also behind the rugged CAT smartphones.
It has been a while since the Kodak name was associated with a mobile device. We will be covering CES live from Las Vegas, so be sure to tune in for more on the subject.
May be, KODAK fills the void left by Nokia in the heart of 90 percent people of INDIA.
Good news, maybe Kodak will offer great imaging capabilities. Because Lumia Pureview is about to die.
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