WATCH: Polaroid Snap Touch Unboxing



Polaroid continues to stay relevant in the photography industry by upgrading its products using modern technology. An example of this is the Polaroid Snap Touch.

The Polaroid Snap Touch is an instant digital camera that lets you print your photos whenever you want, similar to its predecessor – the Polaroid Snap. The main differences between the two? The Polaroid Snap Touch, which retails for P10,990, has a better camera (13 megapixel), has image stabilization, can record HD videos and can serve as a mobile printer. The most glaring upgrade is the 3.5” touchscreen LCD which gives users the freedom to view/edit photos on the go.

Here’s a short unboxing video of the Polaroid Snap Touch:

What’s inside the box?

– Polaroid Snap Touch
– Lens cap
– Wrist strap
– MicroUSB cable
– User guide
– A pack of Zero Ink (ZINK) paper


Keep checking back here for my review on the Polaroid Snap Touch.


Polaroid is celebrating 80 years with a sleek-looking instant digital camera



Polaroid, the brand which became popular for its instant film and cameras, is celebrating a milestone this year.

The company is celebrating 80 years of existence after it was founded in 1937 by Edwin H. Land in Cambridge in Massachusetts, U.S. Since it was established, Polaroid has remained feisty and innovative in the photography industry with its unique ideas and revolutionary products.

And to commemorate the success it has gained throughout all those years, Polaroid is releasing a new camera that combines technology from both the past and present — the Polaroid Pop.