At CES 2016, Polaroid unveiled its new Snap+ instant camera, which builds on the popularity and success of its predecessor, the Polaroid Snap. The new Snap+ adds a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD for framing shots and navigating the menu.
The Snap+ also gets an upgraded sensor with a 13MP CMOOS sensor and will capture 1080p video. It stores photos and videos on a microSD card up to 128GB capacity. The Snap+ adds Bluetooth connectivity to iOS and Android devices to allow the camera to print photos from smartphones and tablets.
The Polaroid Snap+ continues with the key feature of the Snap using an integrated ZINK printer for full color 2×3″ prints, which print automatically when an image is captured. Up to 10 images can be queued to print at a time. Each 2×3″ print takes less than a minute to print out.
The Snap+ also features a pop-up selfie mirror for making quick selfies. It has three color modes – black and white, color and vintage sepia, along with the option to print with or without the Polaroid Classic Border Logo.
The Polaroid Snap+ will be available in Q4 of 2016. Official pricing has not been announced but it is expect to be the $150 range. The current Polaroid Snap model runs $99.