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Kodak & Bullit to debut a smartphone for photography enthusiasts at CES 2015

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Kodak & Bullit to debut a smartphone for photography enthusiasts at CES 2015
Remember Kodak? The iconic imaging company is still out there, and it has an intriguing announcement to make. Apparently, it's partnering with mobile device maker Bullit (a contractor for Caterpillar, Ted Baker, and JCB) to produce a - wait for it - "a range of Android mobile devices offering best-in-class image management software and features, along with great design and user experience".

The range of devices will encompass two handsets, a tablet, and a connected camera. All will come with "bespoke image capture, management, and sharing features" along with "advanced remote management software". One of the smartphones will be shown at CES 2015 in January.

The Kodak-branded phones will be offering "the latest Android OS and features found on high-end smartphones" while giving users easy access to photo printing and sharing services. As smartphone enthusiasts, we like to see Kodak's heritage carry over to this bustling market. Godspeed!

source: Bullit Group

LONDON, December 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/

Iconic imaging brand Kodak and leading mobile device manufacturer Bullitt Group, have today announced that they will launch a range of Android-powered mobile devices offering best-in-class image management software and features along with great design and UI.

Aimed at - but not exclusively for - consumers who want a high-end experience but aren't always as comfortable using increasingly complicated mobile devices as they would like to be, the range of smartphones and tablets will come pre-loaded with bespoke image capture, management and sharing features to offer a rich user experience.

In addition, advanced remote management software will be pre-installed, allowing family members and friends to provide help and support if needed.

"Kodak is one of the world's most recognisable brands. It is trusted by consumers as a marque of quality and innovation," says Oliver Schulte, CEO Bullitt Mobile. "We've taken that heritage and used it to inspire a range of beautifully designed devices that will let users take great pictures and edit, share, store and print them in an instant."

Unlike other phones aimed at this target audience, the KODAK Mobile Device range will not compromise on design and user experience. With as much focus on design as well as usability, the range will stand out in a market segment that is currently under-served.

Adds Schulte: "Delivering simplicity without compromise, these devices will address a segment of the mobile device market that has been poorly served to date. By giving customers easy access to printing and sharing services while still offering the latest Android OS and features found on high-end smartphones, we will appeal to a large audience of users who value ease of use and stylish design as highly as they value functionality."

Eileen Murphy, VP Brand Licensing, Kodak is excited to be entering the mobile handset market with the Bullitt Group. "We are impressed with Bullitt Group's commitment to delivering a portfolio of products that embrace the quality and innovation that our brand is known for around the world."

The first handset will be launched at CES 2015 on the Kodak stand in South Hall 1, Booth 21818. There will be further product announcements across the second half of 2015 including a 4G handset, a tablet and a connected camera.

The Kodak trademark is used under license by Bullitt Group, Ltd from Kodak.

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