Polaroid made a surprise showing off camera that runs the Android operating system at the exhibition electronics Consumer Electronics Show 2012 in Las Vegas, USA, the name Polaroid SC1630. This step makes the Polaroid SC1630 as the world’s first camera that uses the Android operating system.
Polaroid SC1630 is a smart pocket cameras. In addition to capturing images, the camera can upload photos or videos to social networking and download applications from Android Market. Thanks to the internet via WiFi access features in a digital camera this Android.
A cursory look, Polaroid SC1630 is very similar to smartphones, especially when the lens is parallel to the rear panel. This camera has a width of 3.2-inch touch screen, its interface was not like the interface of digital cameras in general, because Polaroid SC1630 running with the Android OS version 2.3 (Gingerbread).
In terms of its hardware, Polaroid SC1630 equipped 16MP with sensors, a 36-108mm lens with image processor Sunny9P, and 1/2.33-inch CCD image sensor and 3x optical zoom capability.
Reaches a maximum shutter speed of 1 / 1400, ISO 3200 maximum, and facilitated with 18 shooting modes. The capacity of external memory support for the use of 32 Gb microSD.
Another menu seeded Polaroid SC1630 is Smart Albums, which lets users store photos by subject, location, and date. Uniquely, the recording location can be done using geotagging application.
Unfortunately, Polaroid does not launch information on battery life. Given the predicate device that has a smart, certainly wasteful in terms of battery consumption.
The plan, Polaroid SC 1630 will go on sale this 2012 year. However, Polaroid reluctant to divulge information about the release date and price.