Since the dawn of photography, one company has been well-known for their camera is Kodak. However, as DSLR and smartphones took over, Kodak stays in the background. But let’s just say that the photographic company wants to get back in the camera game, what can they do? Of course, smartphones. Yes, that is right, it seems like Kodak is willing to take a different approach and will be releasing “a range of Android mobile devices offering best-in-class image management software and features, along with great design and user experience.”
Cooperate with the mobile device manufacturer, Bullit, the two companies are expected to be releasing wide range devices, from smartphone to tablets. While each device will have its own usage, all of them will have the “bespoke image capture, management, and sharing features” as well as “advance remote management software.” While not all of them will be released at the same time, one is planning to make an appearance at CES 2015.
As far as we know, this device will be running Android OS and the usual “features found in high-end smartphones” to give the users the best experiences possible. While this probably will not be something ground breaking, it is nice to see a photographic company like Kodak finally evolve into the high tech world that is the 21st century.
Source: Bullit Group