Kodak introduced back in February that it would be working together with Archos to assemble a unique branded Android tablets for the European market, Besides the Kodak branding, the 2 tablets are quite ordinary budget Android tablets. The tablets both feature reasonably pedestrian cameras: a 2MP front-facing shooter, and also an 8MP rear lens. Rather, Kodak is apparently pushing the application part of photography, as well as a variety of Cyberlink photography software applications and Google’s Snapseed preinstalled on the devices.
The 10.1-inch Tablet 10 touts a 720p display, while the 7-inch Tablet 7 gives an extremely inadequate 1024 x 600 resolution. The Tablet 10 also provides a considerably superior 6000mAh battery pack over the 2500mAh one particular in the Tablet 7. Normally, the two devices are same, with a quad-core Mediatek processor, 1GB of RAM, and Android Nougat. The solitary almost all unique thing about the hardware here might be the bright Kodak-yellow colour choice.
The two tablets will be available later this month in Europe for €79.99 (roughly $89) and €119.99 (roughly $133), respectively.