Just when you thought that all little digital devices had more or less merged into one, pop photography icon Polaroid steps in with the Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera, making the statement that point-n-shoot cameras can still be just…cameras, even if they look like smartphones with lenses. Sort of. The SC1630 is based on leading smartphone/tablet OS Android, so it can run apps like a little PC, and it is WiFi-equipped, so you can get online. But it’s basically a 16MP compact camera with HD video, 3x optical zoom, 3.2″ touchscreen display, and 512MB built-in storage with 32MB more on a microSD card. There is also on-board editing: crop, resize, remove red eye, color correct. And under the hood, there is enough communications gear— WCDMA and GSM radios, Bluetooth, GPS, FM antenna, 2.5mm headphone jack—to make it a…smartphone. But so far…it isn’t. It’s “just” a new Polaroid!