CES 2015 has been the event for many gadgets to be announced. Bullitt has just unveiled the first ever Kodak smartphone, the Kodak IM5.
The Kodak IM5 runs on Android but it doesn’t use any standard launcher but has a special user interface that features ease and quick consumer use of the smartphone.
The device sports a 5 inch full HD display and is powered by a .7 GHz octa-core processor. The manufacturer of the processor is still unknown but it looks to be MediaTek. With this comes 1 GB worth of RAM and 8 GB worth of internal memory.
The idea of including Kodak in the IM5 is to bring to users an easy to use imaging functionality. It makes taking, storing, sharing and even printing images simple for anyone. Camera wise, the device has a 13 megapixel auto focus main shooter but its highlight is the imaging management software that makes managing and basically doing anything with your images easy and quick.
The gadget is available in black and white and will be out in Europe by the end of this year’s first quarter. It should cost about USD$ 250 (MYR 900) for any interested consumer.
Source: Android Authority