In December, there were some leaked information about a possible digital camera from Polaroid that would run on the Android operating system. At CES 2013, this was confirmed by the company, which presented the iM1836 camera during the event. And it came with features that really left consumers with good expectations for 2013. Besides having the Android OS, it has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, ensuring ease of sharing images captured by the camera. And since we're talking about lenses, the Polaroid camera present in iM1836 that the lenses are interchangeable and can be changed according to the need of photographers. It is worth mentioning also that the sensor it is capable of recording videos in 1080p.
What makes consumers more excited is the price promised by Polaroid. Each camera unit will sell for $400 - which means a savings of at least $100 compared to the model presented by Samsung at the end of last year. Though it is not yet confirmed when the Polaroid iM1836 will hit the store, but it is speculated that this occurs in the first quarter of 2013.