Polaroid has announced an update to the Cube camera that debuted last year, with an improved camera and WIFI support.
The Polaroid Cube is a direct competitor to the popular GoPro series, though admittedly nowhere near as good. Alas, it’s still a great pocket camera that can be a good accessory when you don’t have your smartphone.
Today, the company has announced its successor, the Polaroid Cube+, which carries a couple of improvements over the original model. The camera has been increased to 8 megapixels and this new model now gets WIFI support as standard, meaning you can upload your photographs straight to the internet. You can also control the camera from an iOS or Android device using the supplied companion app as an additional viewfinder.
It’s due to be released in August for £89 in a variety of colours, including black, blue, red, pink and a glow-in-the-dark green colour.