Kodak and Bullitt Group will launch Mobile phones at CES


Today, a leading mobile device manufacturer Bullitt Group and an iconic imaging brand Kodak have announced that they will launch a new range of Android phones that will offer best-in-class features and image management software with UI and great design.

Kodak and Bullitt Group

Kodak and Bullitt Group

Their target customers are consumers who want high-end experience still aren’t comfortable using complicated and non-user friendly mobile devices. These range of smartphones and tablets will be pre-loaded with amazing image capture, management and sharing features which are bound to enhance the experience of users. Not just that, these will also allow family members and friends to provide help, if needed as it comes with a pre-installed advanced remote management software.

Even though, their target customers are specified, unlike other phones they try their best to cater to all kinds of consumers, as KODAK Mobile Device range has promised not to compromise on user experience and design. As the focus is on design and usability, this range will stand out in the market which is currently under-served and make an impact of its own.

The launch of first handset will be at CES 2015 on the Kodak stand situated in South Hall1, of Booth 21212. We will get further updates about these smartphones in the second half of 2015, which will include a 4G handset, a tablet and a connected camera.

Until then, we will keep you updated and please stay connected to know more about the range.

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