Kodak TV India today launched seven TV variants under its XPRO and CA series, which the company says is its biggest launch line-up ever. Along with the launch, Kodak TV India also announced an investment of Rs 500 crore in a fully automated TV manufacturing plant in Hapur, Uttar Pradesh with complete backward integration and an R&D centre. Continue reading “Kodak HD, Full HD and 4K Smart Android TVs launched in India starting from Rs. 10999”
This week Samsung launched Galaxy On Nxt in India, which is the same On7 (2016) that was introduced in China last month. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Samsung Galaxy On Nxt, C9 Pro, LeEco Le Pro 3, Nubia Z11 mini, Z11 miniS and more”
This week Samsung launched its flagship Note series smartphone – the Galaxy Note7 in India, as it had promised. It was unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event in New York last week. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Samsung Galaxy Note7, Gear Fit 2, Coolpad Mega 2.5D, Titan JUXT Pro and more”
Kodak has announced the launch of its TV range in India. The company that is known for making cameras has forayed into TV market and introduced five TVs. These TVs are manufactured by Super Plastronics, which is a license partner of Kodak. Continue reading “Kodak LED TVs launched in India starting at Rs. 13500”
Kodak is all set to unveil a photography focused smartphone at CES 2015. The company is teaming up with mobile device manufacturer Bullitt Group for the same.
Kodak, the forgotten camera maker known for its film-based point and shoot cameras, has just unveiled its latest entrant into a surprisingly new segment. Remember the Sony QX range of Smart lenses? Kodak wants to take on that newly created market with its PixPro Smart lenses. The idea is exactly the same, we have a lens unit, complete with a sensor, storage unit and dedicated shooting capabilities but lacks a viewfinder, that will in turn be present on your Android or iOS smartphone. Kodak plans to offer a range of lenses with this idea that eventually will offer long zoom capabilities(10x zoom – SL10 and 25x zoom – SL25) on your smartphone, just like Sony’s QX series.
Finally…an innovation from Motorola!
The first mobile phone to combine Motorola’s ModeShift Technology and Kodak Imaging Technology was unveiled in Beijing, China. With Kodak Easyshare Software and easy access to Kodak Gallery or other web sharing sites, pictures are easily moved off the device, allowing consumers to print, share and enjoy their favourite photos whenever they want.
• 5 megapixel auto-focus camera
• Xenon flash
• Settings for low-light environments
• Multiple capture modes
• Multi-shot and
• Panorama – which automatically stitches together continuous shots taken on the horizon line into a single, extended image
• Gallery Link – to upload images in one click
Motorola has recently come to a 10-year agreement with Kodak that will see the two companies working together to make camera phones more functional and user-friendly
The world?s second largest handset maker, Motorola has recently come to a 10-year agreement with Kodak that will see the two companies working together to make camera phones more functional and user-friendly.
Kodak will supply Motorola with hardware and software to make it easier to store, send, and print camera phone pictures. They hope to make it possible to send a picture to anyone, anywhere in the world, with the click of a single button.
?Think about visual IM,? said the head of Motorola?s mobile phone division, Ron Garriques, when describing the process of sending a picture.
Although the deal between Motorola and Kodak is non-exclusive, it will likely see them work closely together for a number of years, and share intellectual property. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.