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Kodak has unveiled the Kodak Ektra with a 5-inch 1080p display and a 21MP rear-facing camera with 4K video capture.
The Kodak Ektra phone is a camera first and foremost.
It's been a while since anybody called a smartphone a "camera-phone," but photography stalwart Kodak may be breathing new life into the term. The company's first foray into the phone game, the IM5, was essentially Granddad's First Smartphone,...Show More Summary
Almost two years after Kodak last launched an Android phone, the camera-centric company is back with another smartphone. The Kodak Ektra was officially announced today as an Android 6.0 smartphone with a heavy focus on camera performance. Kodak has equipped the Ektra with a 21-megapixel [...]
The Kodak Ektra is an upcoming Android smarphone with a powerful 21 megapixel rear camera, along with a 13 megapixel front camera.
Kodak's Ektra brings the camera company into the smartphone age
Eastman Kodak and the Bullitt Group on Thursday introduced the Ektra smartphone, which will be the first mainstream handset carrying the Kodak brand. The phone inherits its Ektra name from Kodak’s consumer cameras from the 1940s, and...Show More Summary
Eastman Kodak Co. believes it has enough oomph in its camera to push into the smartphone market.
I have to admit, this announcement has surprised me a little. Named the Ektra, after its classic 1941 rangefinder, it seems to hold one major difference. Well, aside from the fact that one’s actually a camera, and the other’s a smartphone. The difference is that this one appears to be Kodak in name only, being produced [...]Show More Summary
A few years ago, Kodak started making unremarkable smartphones, because that’s what happens when film is dead and your once-revered company basically just licenses its name out other places. Now Kodak has a new smartphone with an old name: the Ektra. Read more...
Gear It's based on a classic design from the 1940s. Kodak's new smartphone is meant to look and feel like a camera.
In a week in which Google has stolen some of the smugness from Apple’s face with the critically-acclaimed Pixel smartphone, Kodak has released one of its own that was specifically designed for photographers. It’s called the Kodak Ektra, and it’s just made its public debut in the UK and Europe for a price of £449 […]
Kodak Ektra packs in a Mediatek SoC and decidedly drab camera tech.
Bullitt Group today announced the Kodak Ektra, an Android smartphone that focuses on providing a steady camera experience. Bullitt is the company behind CAT phones and made another Kodak-branded phone earlier this year. The Ektra more closely resembles a camera than a phone thanks to its large camera module and dedicated shutter button. Show More Summary
Kodak has announced a £449 Android smartphone to go on sale later this year — the Kodak Ektra — named after and re-using the design of a camera it launched in 1941. Kodak describes the phone on its website as a "photography-first, professional quality" smartphone. Show More Summary
Kodak is attempting to woo photography enthusiasts with its latest smartphone that draws inspiration from its 1940s Ektra camera and packs a powerful shooter. The Ektra – the second phone from Kodak after the 2015 entry-level IM5 – combines...Show More Summary