Leak reveals Polaroid IM1836 Android-powered camera with interchangeable lenses

Polaroid, the famed camera company that went bankrupt in 2008 and has since re-emerged as a purveyor of entry level digital cameras, may be the latest to throw its hat into the new Android-powered digital camera market. Samsung already offers the Galaxy Camera and Nikon recently unveiled the Coolpix S800c. Leaked images and specifications now suggest that Polaroid is about to unveil its own such device, known so far as the IM1836, with one interesting twist: It could well be the world’s first interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera.

Rumoured Polaroid IM1836

Specification details suggest that it will come with Google Android 4.0, a 3.5-inch LCD display, an 18.1MP sensor, a pop-up flash, Wi-Fi, and HDMI and audio outputs. It will also be capable of HD video capture. There are few details about lenses but picture reveal that there will be a 30-110mm one.

There are no details as to availability and pricing at this point. Polaroid has a booth at CES 2013 so perhaps more information will be made available then.

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