CES 2016 | Polaroid intros two new mid-range smartphones
Polaroid unveiled its new Power and Snap smartphones at CES 2016 taking place in Las Vegas this week. The new mid-range handsets will be available in four different variants.
Polaroid Power sits at the higher-end of the duo. It features a 6-inch IPS display with 1080p resolution and is powered by a yet-undisclosed octa-core processor accompanied by 3 GB of RAM. The 32 GB of built-in storage space can be expaned via a micro-SD card reader.
The device also features a 13 MP / 8 MP camera duo, LTE and Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as a 3,000 mAh battery.
The Polaroid Snap model will come in three variants: with 5-, 5.5- and 6-inch screens – all sporting 720p resolution. It will be also available in two memory/storage variants – 1 GB RAM / 8 GB storage and 2 GB RAM / 16 GB storage (expandable via micro-USB) in both cases. It will be powered by a quad-core processor (yet undisclosed as well). All other specs are same as in the Power model.
Polaroid Snap models have been priced between $130 and $180. Polaroid Power will be available at $250.