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After intense rumors premiere of the first smartphone from Kodak still happen during CES 2015. The device turned out to be not quite as exciting as some fans of the brand expected. Kodak IM5, which will call all phone Kodak, is made from Bullitt – equipment manufacturer Caterpillar – and it turns camera for beginners.

The device has a 13 MP camera on the back and 5-megapixel Self machine front. Both are doing relatively well, according to The Verge, but the picture is far from the results that may be achieved for example iPhone. From Bullitt say that this is actually the idea of the phone – to be easy to use by people who do not want all slozhnotii of high end devices. The company also took care of him photos to be shared and printed quickly and easily, which explains the huge buttons share and print interface based on Android 4.4 Kitkat, who later this year will be updated to 5.0 Lollipop.

The software is well done so that there is really a simple launcher, again in order to be easier to use by novices in the world of smartphones. The icons are large, the initial screen are the email application calls, messages, magnifying glass and other features that are usually hidden menus. Kodak phone also has built-in remote access that allows anyone to set up or “fix” the phone from a PC.

Hardware here is based on octa-core 1.7GHz MediaTek chipset with 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal memory. The screen has 5-inch IPS display with HD resolution, the phone is surprisingly light – only 120 grams. The phone supports dual-SIM. Price will be 299 euros when it happens its European premiere, and later this year will be the US market for $249.

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