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LG, Kodak in pact for camera phone prints

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Hyderabad , June 22

LG Electronics Inc has announced its tie up with Kodak India Ltd to provide prints on Kodak paper from images captured on LG RD 7230 CDMA video camera phones.

Owners of this phone can now walk into select Kodak Express outlets in 20 cities in the country and avail themselves of this facility.

Commenting on this development, the Country Head, LG-CDMA, LG Electronics, Mr Tony Baek, said the key to LG CDMA's success is the high quality benchmark it sets by offering rich experience to the Indian consumers. For example, the Kodak experience demonstrates prints generated from the 300,000-pixel camera and 262,000 TFT colour LG RD 7230. As a part of a limited period promotion, Kodak is offering free prints on images from LGRD 7230 for existing and new subscribers of this set using the Reliance service.

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