Polaroid has launched a new camera at CES, although this camera is different than anything we have seen from Polaroid before as it is powered by Google Android, the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera.
From the front of the Polaroid SC1630 you could easily mistake it for a smartphone, it comes with a 16 megapixel sensor plus a 3x optical zoom lens and a 3.2 inch touchscreen display.
The Polaroid SC1630 comes with a 36-108mm lens, WiFi, and it also features 18 different scene modes, plus the ability to directly upload your photos to the web and it also has full access to the Android Market, which means you will be able to download a wide range of Android photo apps.
Polaroid haven’t released any information on pricing as yet, all we know is that it will go on sale some time this year, it certainly sounds very interesting.
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