But of all the announcements from all the companies, my favourite has to be from Polaroid. For a long time now phone companies have been increasing the megapixels of their cameras and selling them asgreat cameras as well as phones. I'm sure that any photographer will be able to tell you why there is more to camera quality than simply the amount of megapixels it boasts, and anyone who know's me will tell you that I moan about it regularly. They can also tell you that for quite some time I have been asking when camera manufacturers will think to put phone functions onto a camera. Well the time seems to be getting closer with the arrival of the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera. This is an actual 16mp compact camera, with 720p HD video recording, that boasts an Android powered 3.2-inch touch-screen interface. This allows for photo editing and uploading to your favourite sites straight from your camera, whilst shooting with a 3x optical zoom lens (36-108mm). The only thing it can't do is actually make calls, but its certainly a step in the direction of carrying less gadgets around in your pockets, and maybe it'll help put an end to all those awful photos that flood our social media streams uploaded from everyone's phone.