You’re probably wondering why Polaroid is making Android phones. The truth is they aren’t. The Polaroid brand has been licensed out to other manufacturers, so we actually have no idea who built the phones we’re about to talk about. All we know is they felt the Polaroid name would be better than their own.
We got our hands on the Polaroid Selfie, Flip, and Snap. The Polaroid Selfie is the most interesting because it appears to be almost identical to the Oppo N3. The 13MP camera can be flipped to take a photo from the rear or front. It also has an Octo-core processor, though performance did not seem to match that claim.
The other two devices are barely noteworthy. The Flip has the same 5.5-inch display as the Selfie, but the 8MP camera doesn’t actually flip (yes, the Flip does not flip). The Snap is the smallest of the bunch with a 4.7-inch display and a quad-core processor. All three devices run Android 5.0 Lollipop. No pricing or release date was given.
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