Polaroid is not a well-known name in the Android world but the Minnesota based company is looking to rectify that with its Polaroid M7. Polaroid has been known to make good digital cameras in the past but recently the company came up with a number of Android powered tablets. Three to be precise, while the 7 inch kid friendly tablet might not be able to impress us (probably we are adults), the other two are looking quite impressive.
The adult targeting Polaroid M7 and M10 are just revealed in the CES conference and are quite good. The Polaroid M7 has a 1280 x 800 resolution IPS display which is inevitably going to head to head with the Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindlefire. While Polaroid might not have the public backing and cheering which Google and Amazon’s products enjoy, it does have a remarkable pricing strategy.
Polaroid M7 is said to start retailing for the attractive price of just $129. This price will definitely give Google’s Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindlefire a run for their money. We really admire which Polaroid is doing with the Polaroid M7. The Polaroid M7 features a HD display, a quad core CPU and to top it all off microSD card slot. The inclusion of expendable memory option, which is severely lacking in the competition, is the icing on the cake (at least for a media freak like me). The Polaroid M7 will have a 2 MP camera on the front and will run of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
We still don’t know much but the Polaroid M7 tablet though. Polaroid has cleverly left out some of the details about its tablet. We don’t know the manufacturer of the process, the amount of RAM, the capacity of the battery or the clocking speed of the CPU. These things are what make or break a product; we hope that Polaroid will at least put 1 GB worth of RAM in the Polaroid M7. We well convey anymore information we get our hands on.