(The American Camera Maker Company) is a brand with history, but little
relevance in the modern photographic world. But Kodak
is now struggling to remain relevant. One way that the company hoped to achieve
its return to its former glory is by launching photography-centric
the American company is re-using the design and name of its 1941 Kodak
Ektra camera in its first mobile device.
new smartphone as we say called Kodak Ektra and it looks a lot like a digital
camera. The back is wrapped in a dark, artificial "leatherette," with
a slightly curved grip on one side and a dedicated shutter button on top. A
large, protruding lens pokes out the back.
camera itself features a 21MP camera with an f/2.0 lens and Optical Image
Stabilization. It features Phase Detection AF and 4K video recording. A
dual-LED flash is on the back. There’s also a 13MP camera on the front for
Kodak Ektra also comes with a range of mobile photo-editing apps
specs of the smartphone include:
display with a resolution of 1080 by 1920 pixels
MediaTek Helio X20
of expandable internal storage
6.0 Marshmallow OS
Kodak Ektra will launch in December at a price of £449/€499. Unfortunately, the
Ektra will only be available in markets around Europe.