CES is underway in Las Vegas and Polaroid has taken the veil off its newest product, the Polaroid Snap+. Building on the original Snap, the camera, which features 3.5 touchscreen LCD and 13 megapixel CMOS sensor, will also shoot full 1080p video, according to a Polaroid press release.



The Snap+ will come with Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to connect to Polaroid’s print application, available free on iOS and Android, and print remotely from other devices. The application allows users to make modifications to photos from filters to stickers and more. For selfie shooters, the camera comes with a self timer and pop-up mirror, with color, black and white and sepia color modes coming preloaded.  The camera also allows users to queue photos so that photos can be taken simultaneously as photos print.

One of the greatest features of the  Snap+ is Zink’s Zero Ink Printing Technology, capable of printing full color 2×3 inch photos instantly from the camera in less than a minute. Zink’s printing technology works by activating heat activated embedded color dye crystals in the paper. The whole process is ink free and smudge free. Zink’s photo paper features an adhesive back as well, making it a sticker if desired.

The Polaroid Snap+ will be released in Q4 of 2016 with pricing yet to be announced.