The American brand is planning to make a comeback. At CES in Las Vegas (January 6-9), Kodak will announce a slew of new products, including an Android smartphone produced in collaboration with Bullitt.
So far, Kodak has not revealed any of the new smartphone's specs, although the brand has promised to apply its expertise in image processing software to the new device. Bullitt already manufactures smartphones and other devices under license from brands such as Caterpillar.
Forced to diversify to stay in business, Kodak will also present a new range of headsets and earbuds at CES, along with a new baby monitoring system. In the second half of 2015, the brand hopes to round out its offering with a 4G mobile terminal, a tablet and a connected camera.
In 2014, Kodak created a stir with the introduction of the Pixpro SP360, a compact sports camera that films in 360°.