Kodak set to manufacture cameras for Android smartphones






Kodak has always been a legendary brand in terms of photography, but since the rise of smartphones and because of lack of understanding future tech, the company faces a fateful financial situation since 2012. Now, refusing to disappear, they want to put all their eggs in one basket to rise from the ashes and try one more time and start making cameras for smartphones with Android operating system, of course with its proprietary imaging technology.

According to Endgadget:

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The details are still pretty scarce at this point, but Kodak’s first phone will obviously play up the company’s photography chops. Alas, there’s no mention in the official PR about sensor sizes, lens apertures or dedicated imaging hardware of any sort. In fact, it seems like we might be looking at a device that does all of its visual heavy lifting (think “bespoke image capture, management and sharing features”) through software.