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Polaroid have finally settled any ambiguity surrounding the possible release of the first Polaroid Android Camera, by dropping its release at the recent 2013 Consumer Electrics Show in Las Vegas.

The release of the Polaroid IM136 Android Camera sees the company’s newest attempt to break into the ever-competitive digital market.

The camera, manufactured by a Polaroid licensee Sakar International, is the world’s first Android powered, mirrorless camera and features a swag of features – 18.1 megapixel image sensor, a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD display, Android 4.1 (JellyBean) OS, and WiFi compatibility for peer-to-peer sharing of your latest flicks. The camera also features a video function, with 1080p HD video capability including an interchangable lens system.

The compact camera is around the same size as the Nikon 1 J1, is fitted with a 10-30mm and there is an adapter available for Micro Four-Third lens through other makers.

This new release from Polaroid is set to be available later this year, and it’s estimated it will retail for around $399 USD; but in such a competitive market we think that prices will drop.

The specs:
18.1 Megapixels Image Sensor
Android 4.1 (JellyBean) OS
Interchangeable Lens System
3.5-Inch Touchscreen LCD Display
Wi-Fi Connectivity
1080p HD Video Capability
Comes With 10-30mm Lens
optional Adapter For Micro Four-Third Lens