Kodak officially introduced the Ektra camera, which was named in honor of the legendary camera of 1941.
This is the second attempt of the legendary American manufacturer of photographic equipment to enter the smartphone market.
The device has an unusual shape with a thickening one side for a more comfortable grip during shooting. The entire back panel of the gadget is covered with artificial leather and the frame is made of metal.
The Novelty can boast a 5-inch screen resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, 10-core processor from MediaTek Helio X20, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal memory expandable, battery 3,000 mAh, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS. The smartphone comes complete with the signature leather case.
The Engineers have equipped the Kodak Ektra 21-megapixel camera with f/2.0 aperture, phase detection autofocus, a six-axis optical stabilization, the ability to record 4K video and the IMX230 sensor from Sony. A similar module is installed in the Xperia Z3 Plus , however here it is much larger in size. Do not forget about the 13 megapixel camera for fans of selfi.
It is Noteworthy that the shutter of the camera is performed by mechanical buttons on the side of the device. The key is of metal and has an engraved logo of the manufacturer.
According to the developers, the Ektra is positioned as a camera for fans of the Kodak brand, not a competitive offer in the market. The cost of the new model is 449 pounds (about 34 000). On the shelves, the smartphone will appear in December.