Kodak is back with the Ektra smartphone

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There was time when the brand name Kodak and cameras went hand in hand together, but then came along digital photos and that was a nail in the Kodak coffin, the business was down, but certainly not out. Since then the business has had its ups and downs, but now they have come up with a clever way of bringing the Kodak brand right up to date and that is with the Ektra!

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The Kodak Ektra has the looks and feel of a retro classic camera, but it is very much up to date. The Ektra is a smartphone that offers Kodak camera technology as one of the main features. This is a good move for Kodak as images are everything these days and there is no need to get that film developed either, this is better than instant photography.

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ANDROID 6.0 (Marshmallow)
Professional results from a 21MP fast focus camera sensor with F2.0, PDAF, OIS, Dual LED Flash
13MP phase detection auto focus front-facing camera with F2.2 PDAF
Helio X20 2.3GHz Decacore processor with 3GB RAM
32GB memory, expandable with MicroSD cards
Advanced Manual Mode – adjustable on Exposure, ISO, Focal Length (Manual/Auto), White Balance, Shutter Speed, Aperture (fixed f2.0 main camera)
Familiar scene selection dial experience – includes scene modes Smart Auto, Portrait, Manual, Sports, Bokeh, Night-time, HDR, Panorama, Macro, Landscape, Film / Video
Integrated high quality printing app
Super 8 Video Recorder
Integrated social media sharing
3000mAh, with USB 3.0 Type C fast charger

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This is a smooth blend of the classic look of the Kodak 35mm rangefinder from the early forties with a leatherette covering, but underneath there is a whole lot of technology working to make this device work. The Ektra should be launching soon with a price tag of around £450 attached to it! Unlike the IM5 device, maybe the Ektra will launch Kodak back into the limelight once more.