It looks like Kodak is still holding up. While films are making its comeback thanks to hobbyists, the downfall of mainstream film photography was still one of the brand’s greatest downfall. And now, they are left with exploring new ventures. That’s the reason why we have the new Kodak Tablet 7 and 10.
Last year we saw the Kodak Ektra smartphone. We also saw them release a 360-degree camera in 2014. Unfortunately, neither of them created a splash. However, the brand isn’t giving up just yet. And with that, they partnered with Archos to release the new Kodak Tablet 7 and 10.
Other than the bright, yellow tint color option and signature theme of the company, there’s nothing really exciting on these Kodak tablets. It looks like they are more focused on catering the low-end market on this one, to possibly gain more profit.
The two shares the same chipset. There’s a 1.3GHz MediaTek MTK8321 quad-core processor that serves as the main workhorse on these devices, aided with only 1GB of RAM. The duo also has an 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensor on the front and back, respectively.
And to add to the disappointment, its dual SIM slots is only limited to HSPA+. There’s also WiFI b/g/n and Bluetooth as well as GPS.
Thankfully, they are both running on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. And since this is a Kodak product, it will also come with Cyberlink apps for on-the-go photo and video editing.
The two only differs in screen size, battery, and storage space. The smaller Kodak Tablet 7 has a 7-inch IPS display (1024 x 800 resolution), 2,500mAh battery, and 16GB of onboard storage. On the other hand, the Kodak Tablet 10 is a 10.1-incher with an IPS panel at 1280 x 800 resolution. With a 6000mAh battery and 32GB of internal storage.
The new Kodak Tablet 7 and 10 is expected to arrive before this month ends. The tablet 7 is going to be priced at €79.99 (around Php4,500), while the bigger one will be at €199.99 (around Php6,700).