Tables 7 vs 10: Kodak Launched 2 New Cheap Android Tablets

The well-known camera manufacturer Kodak has just launched two new cheap Android tablets for the European market, the Tablet 7 and Tablet 10 that run Android 7 were manufactured in collaboration with the French electronics company Archos. The models carry the size of the display in the name, and they have a price ranging from 79.99 Euros to 119.99 Euros.

Although it was famous for its cameras and photo films, Kodak did not invest in advanced components for its new product line. The company adopted the low price as its main appeal, unlike the Ektra smartphone, which came with a 21 MP main camera and 13 MP front.

The camera specs are the same on both models: 8 megapixel sensors at the rear and 2 MP at the front, and can record in HD (720p). Instead of powerful hardware, Kodak has included a number of image-editing apps, such as Google Snapseed and CyberLink apps.

The internal set is also virtually identical: quad-core processor of 1.3 GHz (Mediatek MTK8321), 1 GB RAM and Mali 400MP GPU. The 7-inch model has a screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and has 16 GB of storage. The 10.1-inch display has a 1280 x 800 pixel display and 32 GB internal memory. The two have microSD slot , supporting cards up to 64 GB.

The smaller tablet is 2,500 mAh and runs for 3.5 hours, while the Kodak Tablet 10 has a capacity of 6,000 mAh, lasting up to 5.5 hours. Both versions have rear options in black or the traditional yellow.

Kodak was a long time away from camera production, but returned to the segment with its Super 8.