Polaroid Confirms Mirrorless Android-Powered Camera For CES
Polaroid will debut an Android-powered camera with interchangeable lenses at CES, according to the company’s CEO, Scott Hardy. “Additional information and specs will be released during the show.”, he said.
Days after an image of said camera popped up on a Russian social network, it appears that we don’t have to wait long to take shots with the snapper.
It looks to be called the Polaroid IM1836, and Sakar will likely build it for Polaroid. The mirrorless camera should come with an 18.1 million pixel sensor. Physically, it resembles Nikon’s J1/J2.
The baked-in Android gives the camera access to downloadable apps, including email, Facebook and Twitter.
We should also see pop-up flash, built-in Wi-Fi, HDMI output, microSD memory and a 3.5-inch touchscreen, while the Russian photo looks to show a 10mm – 30mm optic.
We’ll know more in the coming weeks, but until then you can always buy the Samsung Galaxy Camera and Nikon S800c.