CES 2015 | Polaroid L series Android tablets coming this spring
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Polaroid has shown various products at this year's CES, although they did not reveal anything groundbreaking. Notorious for their instant cameras, now they switched to digital cameras, tablets, TVs, and mobile printers. The latest addition to their tablet portfolio are the two members of the L series, namely L7 and L10.
Most of the specs are shady for now, but a few things are clear: the L7 has a 7-inch screen, while the larger L10 has a 10-inch display. Polaroid President and CEO Scott W. Hardy said that "Our L Series provides consumers with super-fast quad core processing speeds allowing for faster performance and less wait times when watching movies, playing games or surfing the web." Considering the prices announced for these two slates, they will most likely feature MediaTek chips.
Additional specs and features mentioned in the press release include WiFi, Bluetooth, "extended battery life," as well as front-facing speakers. Both the L7 and L10 will come loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.
The Polaroid L7 and L10 will retail for $99 USD and $149 USD starting this spring.