Motorola and Kodak announced partnership

Motorola and Kodak announced partnership

Motorola, Inc. and Eastman Kodak Company signed a 10-year agreement for partnership at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. The agreement covers licensing, sourcing, software integration, marketing, and extends to co-development of image-rich devices. Although the details of the deal haven't been clearly outlined, it is known that Kodak will provide its CMOS sensors to be built in Motorola cameraphones. It is also known that during the year 2006, Motorola intends to launch new handsets, which will feature integrated Kadak's EasyShare software. The two companies have plans to develop EasyShare docking printers, which will be able to work seamlessly with Motorola phones as well.



Source: Motorola


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