LG Pocket Photo brings mobile picture printing to any Android phone


While most of our photo sharing has gone digital these days, LG is doing folks who still enjoy physical prints a solid with the introduction of the Pocket Photo. An instant photo printer using Zink technology, the Pocket Photo measures in at a mere 2.8 x 4.7 x 0.9 inches, small enough for LG to tout it as the world’s tiniest mobile picture printer. Prints themselves measure in at 2 x 3 inches.

The Pocket Photo operates wire-free (though there is an option to connect via USB), and can be paired with an Android smartphone running its companion app via Bluetooth or NFC. Right now the printer is headed for a Korean release priced around $170. A launch in other regions, including the US, has not be discussed.

[via LG]

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  1. something like this could be useful

  2. or just use cloudprint app and your chrome acct!


    Polaroid has had one of these out for two years, and it’s 2.8 x 4.8 x 0.9. Still 2×3 pictures, prints from Bluetooth or USB. Uses Zink, same as this one, and it’s only $39.99 instead of $170.

    I guess being .1″ shorter is worth an extra $130?

    1. That… and the inevitable ‘Hello Kitty’ branding.

      1. i dont see any hello kitty branding

  4. A chick device.

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