Polaroid is an iconic brand in consumer electronics. For years, the company’s name was synonymous with instant-print cameras. But now that digital photos have become the norm, what has Polaroid done to bring itself into the 21st century?
To answer that question, Scott spoke with Joseph at the Polaroid Mobile booth. Joseph demonstrated two new Google-certified Android-based Polaroid phones. The first phone is the Polaroid Flip. The Flip comes with an 8-megapixel back-facing camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. It’s expected to retail for $179.99.
The second Polaroid Mobile phone is called the Selfie. This device uses an innovative “spinning” 13-megapixel camera that can be turned to use as a back or front-facing camera. The Selfie will go on sale for $199.
Both devices will run Google-certified “stock” Android 5.0 and both cameras will be unlocked so they can be used with most international GSM carriers.
You might have a great digital camera on your phone, but does it make a wallet-sized photograph? CEO Scott W. Hardy joins us for the TPN CES live broadcast to talk about socialmatic. The Android-based camera allows you to take a picture and share via Wifi also contains a zinc 2×3 printer so you can print a picture.
Polaroid also debuted the action sports cameras including the C-Cube and the XS1000i. These are action cameras and control via iOS or Android mobile devices. With Wifi point-to-point, you can adjust the camera with confidence. Get the Polaroid XS100 Extreme Edition HD.