Prynt Pocket Prints Your Android Phone Photos Directly


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Prynt originally released an add-on device that allowed users to convert their phone into a Polaroid camera, back in 2015. The original design was bulky and was quickly followed by another device that was half in size from the original and was known as the Prynt pocket. Initially, it only came out for the iPhone but an Android version has now been released as well.

The device is pretty useful and does exactly what it claims to do. It allows the phone to directly dock into the unit and turns it into a polaroid. This is a cause to celebrate for the Android users who are Polaroid fans but they need to hold their horses. The Prynt pocket comes with a USB-C connection so people with older model Android phones won’t be getting to enjoy its benefits just yet.

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The Prynt pocket uses sticker paper and has the ability to print 20 photos on a single charge. The device uses ZINK ink-free thermal printing technology so you have no choice but to use the proprietary printing paper from the company.

One exciting feature of the new device is that it incorporates augmented reality. Using the app you can make a small video form which a still image is generated and printed. When the photo is later viewed through the app, it comes alive with the moving video.

(Source: Prynt)
The basic function of the Prynt pocket is to make sure it prints out Polaroid sticker photos from your phone and it does a good job with that. The device is being launched through Kickstarter currently with a starting price of $119. Even the company has already manufactured a few models, the delivery does not start until April. They are trying to be completely sure that it runs without a hitch.
You can take a look at the device in the video below:

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