The Prynt smartphone case just may be the next big thing to hit the market, thanks to the rising popularity of camera photography and selfie-taking. In an era where most things have gone digital, the Prynt phone case takes things back to a simpler time, touching on the popularity and convenience of old school polaroid cameras.
What is the Prynt Phone Case?
The Prynt smartphone case in essence converts your mobile device into a Polaroid style instant camera, allowing users to capture an image on their phone, and print off physical copies of the photo immediately. Prynt allows you to print images as they are taken, as well as print photos from social media websites like Facebook and Instagram.
The Prynt smartphone case is essentially just that, a phone case. Slightly bulky in design, it features a built in printer at the top where photos are dispensed. Still small enough to be considered handheld and portable, the case may be slightly larger than ideal for everyday use as a phone case, but perfectly suited for special occasions and events.
The Magic Touch
As if the Prynt case isn’t an innovative enough idea, there is also a little touch of magic involved. What makes the case truly unique and exciting is the short video feature. Every Time a photo is taken with Prynt, a short video is also captured. For an added element of excitement, users are able to watch the video playback when they wave their mobile devices over the printed photo.
The Nitty Gritty
Cost of using the Prynt case is on target with similar costs associated with using an old Polaroid. The photo paper is consumable, requiring re-purchase, as well as the cost if the case itself. Cases are sold for about the £100 mark, but you should also consider the price of the paper, which can be purchased in quantities of 10 sheets for approximately £3.30. As of now, the Prynt case is available for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6, as well as an Android compatible version for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5.