After launching the Kodak Ektra smartphone, the company has now decided to debut two new tablets that run on Android for the European market. They are called the Kodak Tablet 7 and the Kodak Tablet 10. These are the first set of the device which we are seeing some Kodak since they announced that the company will be working with Archos to manufacture some tablets. But the real question is, would anybody be interested in buying them?
First of all, to begin with, if you are thinking that these two tablets will also have an impressive camera at the back, then no, you are mistaken. They have an average 2MP front-facing selfie shooter and an 8MP rear facing camera. However, Kodak seems to be relying on the software for these cameras which includes various Cyberlink photo apps and Google’s Snapseed that comes preinstalled on these tablets. So if you think that tablets are not supposed to be used as cameras or at least if you are against the idea of it, then you probably won’t be buying this tablet and the reason for the same is the poor internal hardware choice.
These tablets have below-average specs especially for a tablet which they intend to sell in 2017. The Tablet 10 has a 10.1-inch display on the front, whereas the Tablet 7 has a 7-inch display. These are not going to be stunning displays whatsoever since they have a resolution of 1024 x 600. They both are running on a quad-core MediaTek processor which is coupled with just 1GB of RAM. Yes, just 1GB of RAM. For reference, OnePlus just launched a smartphone with 8GB of RAM because why not?
The Tablet 10 is kept powered by a 6,000 mAh battery which sounds decent enough but the Tablet 7 on the other hand just has a 2,500 mAh battery. Even after all this, if you still manage to make up your mind to buy this, you still might want to reconsider unless you want a bright yellow color tablet. Both the tablets will be available in Europe later this month. The Tablet 7 is priced at €79.99 which roughly translates to about 6,000 INR, whereas the Tablet 10 is priced at €119.99 which roughly comes down to about 9,000 INR.
Source – Kodak