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Kodak Unlocked Smartphone 21MP Camera

Discussion in 'ANDROID Phones, Tablets and Devices' started by palandri, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. palandri

    palandri Former Palm Guy

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    Interesting, but the LTE compatibility with US networks is rather lacking
     
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    palandri Former Palm Guy

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    That's certainly better although I believe AT&T's band 30 has been live for a while now and it's still missing. But for a phone (even wannabe) to launch with Android Marshmallow in 2017 is (IMHO) inexcusable.
     
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    Didn’t Nokia try that route with Zeiss? Motorola too.

    It’s more than just a camera. Got to be good in everything, imho.


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    You're right, it's has to be good in everything.

    I had a Nokia N8 and 808 and the camera was really good. In fact, there are still 808 photo groups on the net. Nokia was not real popular in the states at that time due to the phones being unlocked and carriers not wanting to sell unlocked phones. They were popular in Europe, plus there was a big Symbian following overseas.
     
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    Looks interesting :). I’ve been looking at Hauwai phones and Asus also. My moto x has been doing some rather funky things so I’m keeping my options open in case I can’t straighten it out!
     
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    I'm phone shopping too, I looked at the Kodak phone, but the reviews are not good. Apparently, although it has a high MP rating, it does not live up to its hype as far as image quality goes.
     
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