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UK hopes for Polaroid Snap Touch Amazon, Argos availability in October

People have been getting excited about the Polaroid Snap Touch instant digital camera with Zink Zero ink printing technology. This new model builds on the success of last year’s Snap, as this upgraded version goes one step better by offering up a touchscreen to make life that bit easier and a Bluetooth sensor.


We first saw the Snap Touch as CES at the start of the year, and so has taken a long time to get to this point. You can now order one now, although Polaroid Snap Touch shipping is not due to start until some time next month.

Speaking of which, we only have confirmation of preorders starting the US, and so no sign of a UK release as yet. We say this because a visit to the UK Polaroid website does not reveal anything, and so only takes you to where you can purchase the current model, which is Amazon and Argos.

However, we very much doubt that we will have to wait long, and so we hope that both Amazon and Argos will start to stock the Polaroid Snap Touch camera soon, or more so the former, as we know they tend to offer people the ability to pre-order a product long before it becomes available.

In terms of price, it is $80 more expensive that the Snap, and so you will have to pay $180 for this new model.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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