Polaroid gets first bragging rights to a camera running Android.
The SC1630 looks like a phone, but incorporates a 16-megapixel sensor and a 3x zoom lens, and uses Wi-Fi (or, at extra cost, cellular) for uploading to Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. There's a 3.2-inch widescreen display and a range of on-board editing features including cropping, resizing, colour correction and red-eye removal. It can also geotag images and jump onto the Android market to download apps.
The real question, however, is who is this for? Is it the camera equivalent of the iPod Touch, which is pretty much the iPhone without the phone? Or is it just going to be an extra device that only offers the benefit of a zoom lens? What do you think?
On top of the other specifications it will have a 36-108mm lens (no aperture specs), microSD and face detection. No local pricing or availability has been confirmed.