Polaroid’s Polamatic comes with 36 Polaroid frames, a handful of filters, and the ability to add captions and share photos. Are you willing to pay the $0.99 price tag?
Our Android crack team in Las Vegas has been prowling the halls of CES looking for the weird and the wonderful, and boy they found it.
Polaroid, a company usually focused on producing digital cameras, has come out with no less than three Android-based tablets in the past few days, and at least two of them look pretty darn good.
The Polaroid M10 tablet is set to arrive in Spring 2013 with a $229 price tag, offering a 10-inch HD screen, a quad-core processor, and Android Jelly Bean.
Polaroid has finally made the iM1836 official. The thing is, can it compete with a tiny 3.5 inch screen? The Galaxy Camera makes so much more sense if you want just one device.
At CES 2013, Polaroid is going to display its newly launched Kids Tablet, which is designed to offer a fun and interactive experience to children.
Traditional digital cameras are dead, long live “smart” cameras! That’s not exactly the case for the time being, but it might well be in a very short while.
Polaroid might join Samsung and Nikon as it is all set to release its Android powered camera that features interchangeable lens. The photos and specs related to Polaroid IM1836 have already leaked over the internet.
While most of us cant’t even conceive buying an Android-based tablet manufactured by anyone else than the already established names in the industry (Samsung, Asus, Motorola, Acer, and a few others), some smaller firms are trying to carve themselves a niche in the still very young Android tablet market. With a glorious history going back over 70 years and still one of the most important camera manufacturers in the world, Polaroid is not exactly a small company, but we surely didn’t expect it to get in the Android tablet business anytime soon. However, it seems that Polaroid has some interesting…
The trend of having an Android based camera was actually thought of by Polaroid with the SC1630 Smart Camera. So now, there is much reason to believe that Samsung is following suit. The first thing that Samsung did was to pay a visit to the USPTO and file a trademark for their ‘Samsung Galaxy Camera.’ Although no official reports have been given, we believe this will become a reality in the near future. The thought of having a good camera built with capable megapixels, running on Android, and with phone capabilities is very enticing! Just think of the number of…