The camera-centric Kodak Ektra is officially announced equipped with a 21MP rear camera
Is the bad camera of the phone a deal breaker for you when you want to upgrade your smartphone? If yes, you might be interested in checking this new smartphone out. The Kodak Ektra comes from unusual player on the smartphone market, but it definitely has a lot to offer to users who are looking for a decent device with an awesome camera. The phone is endowed with a 21MP primary rear camera. It has f/2.0 aperture, OIS, a dual-LED flash and phase detection. There is a dual press shutter button and tons of effects with the Super 8 app. The phone arrives with Snapseed app for photo editing running out-of-the-box. The Prints app enabled professional printing of the photos.
The secondary camera equipped with the handset is a 13MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture and phase detection autofocus.
In addition to the hardware of the camera-focused Kodak Ektra, the company is launching a dedicated app for the phone. Among the capabilities of the app are: Portrait, Macro, Landscape, Night-time, HDR, Panorama and etc. The Ektra features a manual mode as well as a Smart Auto when you don’t want to bother with choosing settings.
Now about the actual features of a smartphone packed in the Kodak Ektra. It is a 5-incher with a resolution of the display of 1080 pixels. On the inside is found a MediaTek Helio X20 chip with deca-core processor and 3GB of RAM. With other words, the phone features more than just an awesome camera. The native memory of the Ektra is 32GB. The microSD slot for cards enables easy expansion for storing of all your photos and files. The battery of the device is 3000mAh. It is running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
The price of the camera-centric phone is around $550. It is scheduled for launching in the US in the early months of 2017. Are you interested in camera-focused smartphones? Please, write down in the comments.