just when we thought Polaroid is suffering from another freeze frame, it makes a pretty astounding announcement at the 2013 International CES: the world’s first Android-powered compact shooter with interchangeable lens. dubbed the Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera, this 18.0-megapixel shooter will run off Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and comes standard with a 10-30mm optical zoom lens. other features include a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen LCD display, auto blink detection, auto face exposure, built-in pop-up flash, full HD 1080p video recording, HDMI out, built-in peer-to-peer WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity rounds up the package. the iM1836 Android Camera comes packaged with an adaptor that allows you to explore the option of using all Micro Four Thirds system lenses and an preinstalled Polaroid photo sharing apps let you instantly upload and share your captured stills with friends via popular social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo and among the many others. if WiFi isn’t readily available, you can choose to pair with your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone and share your work of art through your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone mobile devices.if you happen to be in Vegas, you can still catch the camera live at the 2013 International CES (booth #13613). the Polaroid iM1836 Android Camera will hit the stores sometime this quarter with a MSRP of $399 a pop.