Kodak Extra: Professional-quality, photography-first smartphone

Posted on 17 July 2017 Tags: Feature, Mobile Phones, smart phones

Kodak, the famous U.S. based company, ruled the camera industry for more than a century. The company is an industry pioneer. They came up with innovative cameras in the 1900s. However, over the years, their cameras have been losing ground to digital cameras.

After decades, the company has re-entered the market but with a surprising twist. Kodak, formerly a camera company, entered the smartphone industry and launched high-quality camera phones targeting mostly photographers. Surprisingly, with so many competitors already present in the market, the company has received quite a positive response.

The Kodak Extra Smartphone is the second smartphone from the company. The design of their Kodak Extra camera from 1941 serves as the inspiration for the design of the smartphone. This phone is ideal for people who love photography and being creative, which is why Kodak’s slogan for the phone is “Don’t just capture, create.”

The Kodak Extra Smart phone has to offer you a lot than just a great camera. It comes packed with some features that you will surely find quite attractive.

Features
o 21 mega pixel back camera
o 5mm f/2.0 6P lens
o Anti-reflective coated Corning Gorilla Glass 3
o Shoots 720P, Full HD, and 4K videos
o Sony ½.4inch sensor with (6-axis) Image Stabilization
o 5inch large Full HD display (1920×1080)
o Ultra fast deca-core processor
o 3GB RAM
o 32GB storage. Expandable up to 128GB
o Long lasting and non-removable 3000mAh battery
o USB-C for lighting fast charging
o Android Marshmallow (V6)
o Durable body
o Vintage camera look

The Kodak Extra has successfully delivered what it was created for as majority of the buyers have shown an overwhelming response. Sure some buyers were not quite impressed by the phone, but it is still has proven to be one of the best camera phones available in the market. You can get this phone for about $350-$400 with Kodak’s one year warranty.

Photo by: Kodak

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