CES 2012: Polaroid SC1360 Smart Camera with Android OS

Polaroid may become first company that release a camera that adopting Android operating system. At the International Consumer Electronics Show 2012, Polaroid introduce SC1630 Smart Camera, combined the latest technology and OS from Google.

Polaroid SC1360 Smart Camera

Polaroid Camera SC1630 Smart offers WiFi support, plus the ability to directly upload photos to social networking sites. Functionality is a bonus for products that comes with 16-megapixel image sensor, 3x optical zoom and 36-108mm lens, F3.1-F5.6 aperture, HD (720p) video recording, and up to 3200 ISO.

The device features quad-band GSM support and tri-band 3G connectivity. It only works with microSIM cards and features a decent 3.2-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen.

The new Polaroid camera measuring 3.2 inches diagonally and looks more or less like a smartphone, when viewed from behind. Also, because Android platform, enables users to access Android Market, it becomes another thing to have in common with cell phones.

It is also worth mentioning that the device comes with a rather low-capacity 1020 mAh Li-Ion camera, which might not be enough for an average user. Polaroid SC1630 will be available on the market sometime in April for a suggested retail price of $300.

Moreover, the camera adopts touchscreen display and software can be used to edit images and tagging before or after uploading.

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