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Kodak to unveil Android devices at CES

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 28 Dec 2014 1:05 User comments (3)

Kodak to unveil Android devices at CES

One-time photo giant Kodak, newly out of bankruptcy, will try its hand in the mobile device arena starting with the launch of an Android smartphone at next month's CES event.
The company has teamed up with the Bullitt Group for the devices, which will eventually include a line of tablets, as well.

Reads the press release: "Aimed at - but not exclusively for - consumers who want a high-end experience but aren't always as comfortable using increasingly complicated mobile devices as they would like to be, the range of smartphones and tablets will come pre-loaded with bespoke image capture, management and sharing features to offer a rich user experience.

In addition, advanced remote management software will be pre-installed, allowing family members and friends to provide help and support if needed."

Besides the smartphone and tablet, Kodak also says it will launch a Web-connected camera.


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3 user comments

128.12.2014 11:12

Wait... Kodak still exists?!

Well, good for them.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 28 Dec 2014 @ 11:12

231.12.2014 01:47

Great to here but also not good to here...

Let me explain:

most cheap android devices that are produced are locked to no name stores like the amazon app store which they want you to pay for a normally free app so unless google play is on it no thanks

331.12.2014 18:43

Err... Amazon's App Store has a reasonably large number of free apps, you know. I certainly don't prefer it over the Play Store, but...

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