Once upon a time, Kodak was one of the most respectable company in camera and filming industry and is widely recognized globally, but as everything that has a beginning must surely have an end, it was stormed by the unperceived digital age, a sudden turn around that took the company back to its root. The volume was tuned anticlockwise for this firm and all that were left of them became a whisper as the world fully dive into modern age.
But something happened in early 2015, a sound more than a whisper was uttered from this once great body as it crawls its way to catch up with the unending revolutionary world by joining the new worldly-accepted platform, Android. It board Android fast-moving train in January 2015 with the launch of IM5, a camera-centric smartphone. The light burnt for a while and then all went back to how it was before. But now, Kodak has again rise to show the world that it still exist by announcing its second Android-powered smartphone called Ektra.
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For oldies who are into camera stuffs Ektra might ring a bell, this is because the firm had once launched a device with that name. As can be expected from a company whose foundation was entirely laid on photography, the Ektra brings a new perception to mobile. Its design especially its curved edge on which a manual shutter button sits on explicitly differentiate it from other smartphones we have ever seen. The steel-rimmed lens module can be seen protruding on the rear which was lined with a leather material. Apart from its manual shutter button, the Ektra also comes with manual shutter speed and iso control.
Kodak has chosen to integrate Snapseed, one of the best photo editing tool for Android right now on its camera-centric smartphone. The camera itself boasts a 21MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture and OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) enhanced with Sony IMX230, and can record 4K video. It also has support for HDR.
On the mobile side, the Kodak Ektra features a 5-inch IPS display with full-HD (1920×1080) resolution, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. It is powered by a deca-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and Mali-T880 GPU. A 32GB of storage resides inside for hosting files and data, and there is a MicroSD slot onboard with support of up to 128GB storage capacity. Besides its 21MP rear camera, the phone also sports a 13-megapixel front-facing camera for taking selfie. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and is turn on by a 3000mAh battery.
The Kodak Ektra will first make its way to Europe in December with a price tag of €499 (£449, $544). There is no information yet if the device supports voice-calling.
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