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Kodak to introduce its Android-powered smartphones in 2015

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Published Dec 27, 2014, 10:29 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 4:26 am IST
The company's first smartphone will be unveiled at CES in January
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Washington: Kodak has announced that it is licensing its name to a range of mobile devices to introduce a line of Android-powered smartphones in the second half of 2015 in partnership with Bullitt Group.

The company's first smartphone will be unveiled at CES in January followed by a "4G handset, a tablet, and a connected camera", reported the Verge.

 

The smartphones would be aimed at photography enthusiasts that would also make it easier for them to print and share images.

Bullitt Group, an English company that makes a range of ultra-rugged smartphones, will build the smartphones’ hardware.

Neither Kodak nor Bullitt, however, mentioned any details about megapixels, sensor size or any other information.

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