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  • Kodak has launched a smartphone
  • Kodak has launched a smartphone
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Kodak has launched a smartphone

Having kept a low profile in recent years, Kodak has come out of the dark room with the launch of its first smartphone. Targeted at photography fanatics, Ektra is an Android device with a 21-megapixel camera, which intends to carve out a niche following in the already crowded smartphone market.

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