Kodak introduces its first tablet which is designed for photo-editing on a budget

Now photo editing will get budget friendly after Kodak introduced it own range of tablets.

Now photo editing will get budget friendly after Kodak introduced it own range of tablets and unlike its smartphones, the Kodak tablet will focus more photo editing than megapixels.

The tablet is designed by and manufactured by Archos but its brand comes through a license with Kodak. The tablet is going to go on sale in Europe by the end of July sporting two screen sizes which are 7-inch and 10.1-inch.

The company meanwhile, announced all the specs related to the Kodak tablet. Their biggest focus is on software and and the tab is pre-loaded with several imaging apps and 1 GB of RAM for processing, sharing and printing the photos.

Some of the pre-installed apps are  Google Snapseed, as well as Cyberlink Photo Direct for adjusting contrast and colors, Cyberlink Youcam for beauty edits, and Cyberlink Youcam Fun with live filters and photo frames. The camera on the tab is pretty standard with an eight-megapixel rear camera and a two- megapixel front-facing option.

The Kodak Tablets run on Google Android Nougat 7.0. The smallest version uses 16 GB of storage while the 10.1 inch model has 64GB and both offer a mini SD card slot. The tab is priced at around $89 and $134 in Europe. It is still unclear whether it will sold outside Europe or not.

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