The Snap+ has a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen and the viewfinder seen on the Snap has been replaces with a built-in flash. Coupled with the new 13-megapixel sensor inside, this should mean higher-resolution and sharper photos.
It’ll also capture full 1080p HD video, according to Polaroid.
Everything you shoot with the camera is stored on a microSD card of up to 128GB. That is significantly more storage than on the Snap which holds up to 32GB.
Like its predecessor, the Snap+ features a built-in print function, allowing you to get physical copies of your images on the spot. The 2×3-inch photos print in less than a minute and have an adhesive back so you can use them as stickers too.
One other neat feature is Polaroid’s consideration of selfies. The company has added a timer and pop-up mirror, as well as pre-loaded filters.
Polaroid has not released pricing for the Snap+ yet, only saying it will be released in Q4 of 2016. The original Snap went on sale in October for $99, so if you’re in need of an instant camera, it’s still a viable option if you don’t fancy waiting.
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