What happens when a prestigious imaging brand such as Kodak joins forces with a renowned mobile manufacturer in Bullitt Group? You get yourself a high quality photography package, of course. The two companies recently announced their alliance as they venture together into the world of Android mobile gadgets.
Not only will these mobile devices come equipped with stylized user interface and modern features, they also pack a quality image management software within. This would surely please those who seek quality experience with their devices but the complications involved in modern mobile technology are an easy turn off for them.
These all-new devices are meant to do away with those issues and come equipped with a number of amenities such as: customized image capture, remote management feature as well as management and sharing facilities.
Kodak’s Android powered smartphones will focus on ease of use and class leading image and photography performance and features
It is worth noting that this isn’t the first time that a device targeting such audience has come under the spotlight. The likes of Nokia PureView, Galaxy Zoom and even Selfie Stick have promised something along similar lines and promoted this particular market segment. However, they have clearly fallen short on more than one fronts.
Conversely, the new range of Kodak mobile devices are said to received proper attention in regards to UI and design. This would definitely address issues that other mobile devices in the same market segment seemed to have missed by quite a margin.
What is most interesting about this prospect is that users will be offered the latest Android OS features to complement the ease of sharing and printing quality photographs. Kodak is especially impressed with the initiative that Bullitt Group has taken to deliver a range of mobile devices that make use of the innovation and quality that Kodak is renowned for.
For the eager ones out there, make sure you take your position at the Kodak stand at CES 2015 when the first handset is unveiled. Subsequent launch of other Kodak devices will follow in the second half of 2015. Since you asked so politely, these would comprise a 4G mobile device, a tablet as well as a connected camera device.