The company launched on Thursday an Android-based phone called Kodak Ektra, and it's all about taking photos.
The device, now available in the U.K. and coming to the U.S. ($550) in the coming months, packs a 21-megapixel camera. That's compared to just 12 megapixels on most top-tier smartphones like the iPhone 7. There's also a 13-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies.
It's packed into a retro-style body reminiscent of an old Kodak camera. It features a big f/2.0 aperture lens, leather wrapped around the surface and a curved edge, which makes it easier to hold.
There's even a physical camera button on the frame to take pictures and a wheel to change the settings.
Oh, and you can buy a $70 leather case that looks like one you'd use for a traditional camera.
But not everything is retro. You'll find a USB type-C port on the side, so you can easily port photos onto your computer. It also comes with 32GB of storage, which means you won't need to transfer photos over right away.
We took the phone for a spin and were impressed with the beautiful shots it took in various lighting conditions. While it's undoubtedly fun to use, it has its drawbacks: It can take awhile for a shot to be processed and saved after hitting the button.
Kodak Ektra specifications
Brand Name - Kodak Ektra
Price - U.S. ($550)
Camera - 21-megapixel camera,13-megapixel front-facing camera
Storage - 32GB
USB - USB type-C