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Kodak and ARCHOS issued a press release annoucing the debut of their new 7 and 10 inch Android tablets which will go on sale throughout Europe later this month.

Both tablets come equipped with similar specs aside from a few of minor differences. The 7-inch base model has 16GB of internal storage and a 2500 mAh battery, while the 10-inch model comes with 32GB of internal storage and a 6000 mAh Li-Ion battery. With a microSD card slot, each device is expandable up to 64GB of storage. The 7 inch tablet also has a 1024×600 pixel resolution while the screen resolution for the 10 inch version is 1280×800.

Kodak tablets black and yellow color options

Full black and radiant yellow color options will be available and both tablets run on the latest Android Nougat mobile operating system.

Under the hood you’ll also find a quad-core Mediatek MTK8321 CPU and 1GB of RAM.

Other specs include a 2MP front camera, an 8MP rear facing camera and a 5-point capacitive multitouch IPS HD screen. They also sport Wi-Fi b/g/n, Wi-Fi hostspot, Wi-Fi Direct, 3G, Bluetooth, and GPS wireless network connectivity capabilities.

Kodak tablet PC with black casing

Being that Kodak is famous for their photography related products, their new tablets also come pre-loaded with some cool and useful photo related apps which include CyberLink Photo Director, CyberLink YouCam Perfect, CyberLink YouCam Fun, and Google Snapseed. These apps act as great tools that will help you make adjustments to your photos by doing things like applying filters, adding picture frames, removing unwanted objects, adding effects to videos, and more!

If you’re looking for an affordable entry level Android tablet, the 7 inch Kodak slate will be available at the end of the month in Europe starting at 79.99€ and the 10 inch version will run you only 119.99€. We don’t know at this time if Kodak and ARCHOS have plans to expand availability to other global markets or not but of course we’ll keep you informed if we hear anything.

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