Polaroid purportedly working on Android camera with interchangeable lenses

Polaroid purportedly working on Android camera with interchangeable lenses

Polaroid’s name is being tossed back in the rumor mill as a hardware maker said to be designing an Android-based camera. Some readers may recall the camera company demonstrating a device at CES last year that had a Gingerbread (Android 2.3) experience.

Looking ahead, it is being reported that Polaroid is prepping a mirrorless interchangable-lens camera which runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich under the hood. With a hardware design that closely resembles a Nikon 1 J series camera, the Polaroid IM1836 is said to feature an 18.1-megapixel sensor with an interchangeable-lens system. The backside will host a 3.5-inch touchscreen and the camera will offer HDMI output, Wi-Fi connection, and a pop-up flash.

With CES just a few weeks away we expect to learn more about the camera in short order. Have you given any more thought to the idea of owning a digital camera with Android at its core?

Via The Verge


About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6602 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. Galaxy S5

  The wraps are off Samsung’s new flagship phone, the Galaxy S6, and here it is compared to last year’s Galaxy S5. We’re looking at an increase in resolution with

Hardware Reviews

Moto 360 review: The watch you’ve been waiting for

From the time Motorola first announced they were working on a smartwatch, they had everybody watching them. Unlike the LG G Watch or the Samsung Gear Live, the Moto 360


Get this look for your Android: Blue White 2

We’re huge fans of changing the home screen around a bit and creating a new user experience for our Android. So much so that we present this weekly series of

1 Comment

Leave a Reply