This is a phone, er… well, kind of like phone but it’s not one. You may pretty familiar with the name “polaroid” here as they are the only popular company that product camera with instant snapshot result.
They’ve announced an interesting camera recently that pretty much like the Sony Ericsson Satio or any camera phone that ever exist in the market up to date. However, this new camera – Polaroid SC1630 is really not a phone anyway.
What makes me feel it like a phone is because of the user interface. According to Polaroid, they are using an Android system to run the camera, and the UI is closely resembling a phone. You can even take memo on your camera, do math with the calcualtor, and event going online!
Specification wise, Polaroid SC1630 Smart camera is coming with a 16-megapixel sensor camera, 3X optical zoom, 3.2-inch touchscreen display supporting 800x480p, WiFi connection, has face and smile detector, instant red-eye removal, color correction, and even the capability to geo tagging the images you take.
One more benefit if Polaroid SC1630 is that the camera can instantly upload your photos to the internet with a single button when it’s been hooked up with local wireless internet connection.
Polaroid SC1630 is going to hit the market in April for $299.