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Kodak IM5 will launch in UK soon

Kodak IM5The Kodak IM5 which was announced in January 2015 will first be launched in the UK at £189.98 which rounds up to $289. The Android powered smartphone is already up for pre-order on Clove and is expected to be in stock in the last week of March or first two weeks of April as per the retailer.The Kodak IM5 is not a high end smartphone but since it is the first Android smartphone from the company, it would be great to have a look at what they have worked on.

Looking at the features and specifications, the Kodak IM5 is powered by a 1.7 GHz Octa-Core processor sporting a 5 inch 720p display touchscreen, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSd card. Apart from the 13MP primary camera with LED Flash and 5MP secondary camera, the IM5 is running Android 4.4 KitKat. The Lollipop update is on the way. The price of the smartphone has increased a bit since CES 2015. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G can be purchased on Flipkart by clicking here.

If you do not know, you will get an exclusive app by which you will be able to quickly edit photos, share them on social media or even print them. Apart from Kodak happenings across the globe, the Smartphone Tour of 2015 which we promised is going to be live on YouTube soon. Stay tuned for more….


About Clive Fernandes

A civil engineer during the day and a tech enthusiast by night, Clive always keeps himself updated with the happenings in the Android ecosystem. Apart from being a big fan of Nokia because of the 3310, he blogs here about Android. In his free time you can find him chilling out with friends and family.

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