Polaroid camera takes after month with Android Market




Polaroid camera with Android has been removed after a month of the market. The company does so after a complaint from Nikon about patent infringements. The iM1836 would seem too much like the Nikon 1 Advanced Camera with interchangeable lenses.

Polaroid presented the iM13836 at Consumer Electronics Show CES in January and brought him last month on the market, but now he is no longer for sale and Polaroid has removed all references to the camera on the website.

Nikon had filed a complaint to the camera, because that would be too similar to the Nikon 1 advanced camera with interchangeable lenses. The camera manufacturer had asked for a ban on sales via a preliminary injunction, and even before the U.S. court could make a ruling Polaroid chose eggs for his money and went into negotiations on the terms of a ban on sales. This week the two camera makers reached a deal on a ban on sales and import ban for iM1836, says Nikon.

It is unclear whether Polaroid will soon bring a camera with Android on the market: it could be that the company will once again present a new model at CES. CES takes about a month. The iM1836 has not been on the market in the Netherlands: the camera is released only in the United States. Release in the Netherlands is no longer an option: one of the conditions is that the Polaroid camera will no longer produce.

Polaroid iM1836 naast Nikon 1



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