News by Luke Jones on Friday January 09, 2015.
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Companies traditionally focused on photography are starting to encroach on the mobile space in a bid to stay relevant. We saw that with the launch of Kodak's first ever smartphone, and now Polaroid is getting in on the action with the roll out of a couple of tablets.The first is a 7-inch tablet called the L7, and the second is the L10, a slate that as you can probably guess boats a 10-inch display. Polaroid has not offered too many details, but did say that the devices will be powered by "super-fast" quad core processors. Both the tablets look like non-descript Android slabs and the pair will be running Android 5.0 Lollipop in most of its stock glory.
The Polaroid L Series tablet line is perfect for media and sharing on-the-go. Each tablet features an extended battery life, Bluetooth and front mounted speakers for hours of entertainment anywhere. The front and rear cameras allow users to capture their favorite memories, and share them via email and social media channels through the tablets? built-in Wi-Fi. Users also have access to a plethora of apps, games, movies, music and more to enjoy on their L Series tablet through the Google Play Store.
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