estugarda, 15 Nov 2017Polaroid again? Really!?
Let it die already.Man polaroid was always great.
And for affordable price instead of some mobile phone brands which dont know what to ask for their phone.
Ben There, 17 Nov 2017Really!! Who would carry this hugh mod around with them? I guess it would be possible to also ... moreMan its an innovation not everybody likes it but its better than ciopying other brands like apple doing ansd then they call it innovation.
Really!! Who would carry this hugh mod around with them? I guess it would be possible to also produce a 4K, 55 inch TV that attaches to a Moto phone too, but then again, we'd all have to ask what's the point. Why would anyone carry around an extra purse/bag for all these (almost worthless) Moto Mods!? Motorola/Lenovo management is broken ...completely. There is probably room for a few (3) Moto Mods, but these chumps will never find that mix.
What I propose for a "Moto mod" is this; I hypothesize that one day in the far future we will need a device for the adding of numbers together in such a way that the sum is completed in a timely manner, also subtracting of such numbers for tasks that may include the selling of goods and or services. This device could be used for the multiplication and division of numbers also. I would call my device "Calculator".
I wonder if Motorola will take me up on this?
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017I believe apple and samsung joint togetger cant match motorola innovation Dont trust moto anymore because of lenovo. Moto mods are pricy but they are future of smartphone. Motorola is struggling to survive. And lenovo is likking moto
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017I believe apple and samsung joint togetger cant match motorola innovation You should check Apple's Lifeprint
estugarda, 15 Nov 2017Polaroid again? Really!? Let it die already.Why are you so against polaroids?
At $200 MSRP, this thing is just another expensive novelty gimmick. The standalone printer from Polaroid costs less and isn't compatibility restricted.
For youth it's useless as they never use paper photos, neither matte nor glossy.
This is excellent for older people, but they also are not keen on learning new things as phones are complicated towar them.
Fujifilm's Instax polaroid series are both easy to access and easy to use globally.
Older people in family want to stick family members' photographs on the refrigerator door and around room.
Useless product in my view because of the photo size and the fact that you have all photos on your phone already and you can send then quit easily.
Its a good idea and all but i don't feel very comfortable keeping my screen upside down.. Also i think hp did a better job witg sprocket
I believe apple and samsung joint togetger cant match motorola innovation