Polaroid launch Android camera at CES 2013
Polaroid will soon launch confirmed that a Camera with interchangeable lenses that work with android operating system, and that the device will be shown in the next Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013 (we’ll be covering here at Engadget).
“More details and specifications will be announced during the show,” said President and CEO of Polaroid, Scott Hardy, at Imaging Resource .
Rumors of a camera of this type are turning some days, and according to them, the camera will be called “IM1836″ and will be manufactured by Sakar for Polaroid. Is believed to have a 18.1-megapixel sensor, 3.5 inch touch screen, and it will run Android 4.
However, the notice must be taken with caution. Last year also showed a Polaroid camera called Android SC1630, yet never went on sale.
Link: Polaroid confirms plans to intro interchangeable lens camera at CES That runs Android 2013 (Imaging Resource)Tags: android, Camera, ces, CES 2013, Photography, Polaroid