Is preparing a Polaroid camera with Android OS
It has long been rumored that there is a Camera made by Polaroid using Android operating system that dominates in the area of mobile phones but nevertheless, can also serve to provide greater functionality to a compact photo camera, as in the case of course IM1836 Polaroid product, which today appear several details.
Hitting the market, the device will move the platform Android 4.0, also showing the ability to swap lenses (without mirror) and owning a 18.1 Megapixel sensor, displaying the results in a 3.5-inch touch screen, from where you can use the Google software to have a really useful Internet connectivity, thanks to the integration of WiFi for social sharing images as soon as they are taken from the same camera.
There is also a standard video output HDMI audio and headphones, making Polaroid IM1836 fairly autonomous apparatus which is the reproduction of content created by it, as may be the videos. This provided that the rumors are true and the product actually hits the market.
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