Motorola wants you to take pictures and print them out in a snap with your Moto Z phone, and it's all made possible thanks to the new Moto Mod Polaroid Insta-Share Printer.
This comes hot on the heels of the Moto Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa that lets you take the virtual assistant anywhere you go.
Snap, Print On Your Moto Z
The Polaroid Insta-Share Printer does exactly what it's advertised to do, but basically, it's a printer you can slap on your phone.
"Turn your smartphone into an instant photo printer to share your moment, in the moment, with the new Polaroid Insta-Share Printer moto mod. Your moto z already captures all your favorite moments, and now you can treasure them with the latest innovation in instant printing," Motorola says.
It's equipped with a physical shutter too, which you can use to not only take pictures but also instantly launch the camera app.
Before you start printing on the 2 x 3 smudge-proof Polaroid Premium ZINK Zero-Ink Paper, you can even add flair and your personal touch with a slew of filters, borders, and text. What's more, you aren't limited to the photos stored in your local storage, as you can also print your pictures from Facebook, Instagram, and Google Photos.
The best part is, you can peel off the adhesive back of the printed shots and stick them anywhere or make a collage.
Polaroid Insta-Share Printer Is Not Cheap
Just like the $149.99 Moto Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa, the Polaroid Insta-Share Printer will burn quite a noticeable hole in your pocket, holding you back by $199.99.
If money's not an issue here, then you can grab the new Moto Mod from Verizon or Motorola starting on Nov. 17.
The Bottom Line
Aside from the price, arguably the other big problem with the Polaroid Insta-Share Printer is it's not exactly slim. In a word, it's bulky, making it a bit difficult to carry around, especially if you're wearing slim or skinny jeans.
Considering it's a portable printer, that's more or less expected, though.
To sum things up, you can chalk the Polaroid Insta-Share Printer to Motorola's most expensive Moto Mods, putting it side by side with the likes of the Moto Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa, the $299.99 Hasselblad True Zoom, the $299.99 Moto Insta-Share Projector, and the $299.99 Moto 360 Camera.
Polaroid's OneStep 2 Instant Camera is priced at $99, just so you know.