Kodak is set to launch a handful of mobile devices from its first Android smartphone, the Kodak IM5 to tablets, 4G LTE handsets, and connected cameras starting this 3rd quarter of 2015. But, it won’t be a complete arsenal if it doesn’t have an entry level smartphone, right?
Enter the Kodak SP4, its first low tier offering that comes with a 4.5-inch qHD 960 x 540 IPS display, an 8-mega pixel rear camera and a 2-mega pixel selfie shooter. It also features Android Kitkat OS out of the box, which would most likely be skinned the way the IM5 have on its user interface. Upgrade to Lollipop 5 though, like on the IM5 is still undetermined.
Kodak SP4 packs a dual SIM capability with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity support, plus an FM radio. It’s also noted that it can support up to 32GB of additional storage memory on microSD. There’s no word yet on its processor, RAM size, internal memory, and battery capacity.
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Availability, global roll-out, local release date and pricing of Kodak SP4 isn’t also in the loop yet.