Kodak Tablet 7 and 10 are two company's low-end Android slates. Are they worth checking out?

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Kodak Tablet 7 and Tablet 10 are two company's low-end Android Nougat slates
Kodak has been widely known for its great and sharp quality cameras in many many years. But apparently, this company now wants to spread its wings on other market. After releasing its Ektra phone, Kodak today just announced 2 new tablets - Kodak Tablet 7 and Tablet 10. The good news is, these tablets will go on sale in low-end market and they both will be running on the newer Android Nougat.

Interestingly, in developing these tablets, Kodak is working together with Archos, which has already released a bunch of Android tablets in the market.

Back in February, Kodak told the press already that it would be developing new Android tablets together with Archos. And their promise finally came to fruition today.

Kodak Tablet 7
Speaking about both devices, Kodak Tablet 7 and Tablet 10 are both low-end Android tablets. However, despite being released by a camera manufacturer, these 2 Kodak tablets apparently will not take advantage of Kodak's camera tech. This is totally different with Kodak Ektra phone which has a huge rear-facing camera from the company.

So if you're expecting great and sharp quality pictures out of these devices, they're probably gonna leave a lot to be desired. And that's because both tablets will only feature average 8MP rear and 2MP front cameras.

But despite having average cameras, the company still has some little efforts to make them look good in camera department. So these Kodak Tablet 7 and Tablet 10 will come pre-installed with some apps related to photography, like Cyberlink photo apps and Google's photo editing app - Snapseed.

Kodak Tablet 10
As far as the specs goes, of course you cannot expect anything spectacular from these 2 low-end tablets. Kodak Tablet 7 comes with a 7-inch display which has low resolution of 1024x600 pixels. Meanwhile, the 10.1-inch display on Kodak Tablet 10 is sporting 720p resolution.

In terms of performance, both tablets also don't look really impressive on paper. Each of these tablets comes with a quad-core Mediatek MTK8321 processor, accompanied with low 1GB of RAM. So playing heavy games on these devices is definitely not ideal. But this is still acceptable given their low prices.

The storage provided here is 16GB for Kodak Tablet 7, while Kodak Tablet 10 gets a much bigger 32GB of internal storage. But they are expandable through microSD card slot for up to 64GB. So you can always bump up the storage if you need more space for all of your stuff.

There's 6000mAh battery found inside the Kodak Tablet 10, while the smaller Kodak Tablet 7 comes with a smaller 2500mAh battery. Thankfully, these 2 tablets will be running on Android Nougat out of the box.

And this is a good thing because Android Nougat OS comes with many great improvements especially on power consumption, like Doze for example. Hopefully, they both are capable to deliver solid battery lives all day long to users.

These tablets will be available in yellow color option, which has been Kodak's iconic color for many many years. But you can always pick up the black variant if yellow doesn't match with your personality.

Kodak Tablet 7 and Kodak Tablet 10 will soon hit the stores shelves later this month. The Kodak Tablet 7 is gonna cost you €79.99, while the bigger model can be yours for €199.99. Unfortunately, they both will only arrive in European market, or at least for now.

But once they are finally released globally, we will surely keep you updated about that. So stick around on this site!
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