Firstly, for a bit of intro, back in February’17 Kodak had been busy joining hands with Archos, as an attempt to develop their brand into the tablet world. To our delight, now the company has released two new Android tablets out of the collaboration that we’ve got the first glimpse of the Kodak Tablet 7 and Kodak Tablet 10.
Specs-wise, the face of the Kodak Tablet 7 sports a 7-inch display with 720p resolution and the bigger Kodak Tablet 10 sports a 10.1-inch display screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. On the memory aspects, they both will come with 1GB RAM, whereas the 7-inch holds a 16GB, while the Tablet 10 has 32GB of expendable built-in storage, up to 64GB via microSD card.
Further, the Tablet 10 draws power from the whopping 6000 mAh battery, whereas the Tablet 7 is offered a smaller 2500 mAh battery. Other than this, the remaining specs are more or less identical for both. The tablets are powered by the MediaTek MTK8321 Quad-Core processor, clocked at 1.3GHz, which is paired with Cortex-A53 CPU for graphic processing.
For photography, they come with an 8MP rear camera for capturing videos and picture; as well as a 2MP front camera for snapping selfies and video chats. Interestingly, the devices also includes in-built Cyberlink apps, which assists in editing videos and photos effectively.
On the connectivity front, both the tablets supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and also comes with dual-SIM slots (limited to HSPA + 21 Mbps). As far as the prices are concerned, the Black and yellow color options carries the price tag of €79.99 and €119.99, for the Tablet 7 and Tablet 10 respectively.