Kodak is back with a smartphone that really wants to be a camera. The new Kodak Ektra is basically a camera that doubles as a smartphone.
The vintage-looking device is based the 1941 Kodak classic of the same name and features 21-megapixel fast focus camera on the back with a f2.0 aperture and dual LED flash and a 13-megapixel front-facing camera. Did we mention it’s also a smartphone?
The new Ektra is slated to go on sale in the UK and Europe in December, 2016, for £449 ($550). No word yet of the Ektra will be available the US, but Bullitt, the company behind the device indicated it could launch in the US in early 2017 if there’s enough interest.
Here’s The Inside Story On The Ektra:
- Optical Image Stabilization and Auto Focus.
- 13MP front-facing camera.
- Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF) & HDR Imaging.
- 4K Video Capture.
- Leading Helio X-20 Decacore Processor
- 3000 mAh battery
- 3GB RAM
- 32GB Memory, expandable with MicroSD cards
- 5″ Full HD IPS display (441 ppi). (1920 x 1080 resolution)
- Corning Gorilla Glass Screen & Lens protection
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