Take a closer look at the first Android-powered Polaroid SC1630 smart camera.
CNET UK gets its hands on Polaroid's new Android-powered camera, a far, far cry from the company's early instant-photography options.
The new Android-powered Polaroid SC1630 reclaims instant photography from the cameraphone in our lovely video.
Would an Android camera be the equivalent of an iPod Touch, or would it still just be an extra device to carry around, albeit one with a zoom lens?
Polaroid's harnessing the power of the other 'roid -- Android! Its leaked iM1836 is set to be the first smart camera with swappable lenses.
After emerging as one of the largest players in the Android smartphone space, the manufacturer is said to be evaluating new Android-based endeavors like a camera.
Nikon is reckoned to be making an Android-powered camera with access to apps from Google Play.
Just how dead is the market for point-and-shoots and consumer camcorders? We shall soon find out.
Samsung is considering making a camera that uses the Android operating system, according to rumours online.