Prynt Polaroid Camera Case for Smartphones

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Prynt was founded earlier this year for one simple reason, to be Instagram in real life. The brand’s innovative case lets you print photos from your camera in a matter of seconds.

The French based company’s case is currently in the prototype stage, but it looks quite good in these early days. The case will snap right onto your phone, and is going to work with both iPhones and Android smartphones. They’re even working on a version that will connect to phablets like the iPhone 6 Plus and Galaxy Note. The slim design will house 30 sheets, with the ability to print any photo you choose in just 30 seconds. There’s also an additional feature that records a short video at the exact moment the photo was captured, and uploads it to the Cloud. After your photo prints, simply hold the finished product up to the camera, and the companion app will then augment reality to play the video in place of the photo you’re holding. As we previously mentioned, this case is currently in the development phase, but they plan on launching the product on Kickstarter during the early half of 2015. Prynt will carry a sticker price of $99 when it hits the retail scene. Check out the video below.

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