At the ongoing CES 2012, Polaroid joins the madding tech crowd by launching something quite unusual – the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera. This digital shooter is not your ordinary camera for one simple reason, it’s powered by Android OS. Although it was not disclosed as to what version of the Android OS the camera is running, it will suffice to know that with such features you’ll be able to capture your photos and share it right away with your social networking buddies or upload it to your photo uploading accounts. Specs-wise, the Polaroid SC1630 has all the bells and whistles of a pretty decent digital shooter. It’s a high-definition 16MP camera with built-in 3x optical zoom, 3.2-inch touch-enabled widescreen display, and video capture. The camera also features Smart Album which automatically organizes photos by date, location and people. It also has geo-tagging capability. And if your photos need some editing, you can do so right after you’ve taken them. Other features of the Polaroid SC1630 smart camera include microSD card support up to 32GB capacity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and of course access to Android Market for your apps and gaming needs. Unfortunately, no release dates and pricing information are available for this camera yet. But Polaroid promises to deliver it this year.