This New Smartphone Case Can Print Selfies in Less Than a Minute

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Sure all of us like to click selfies and later post it on our social pages for our friends to see. But how would you like if your phone gave you a print out of that selfie as well in seconds? Well, as it stands, the technology isn't far away.

According to reports, French startup company Prynt has developed a brand new smartphone case that can print selfies directly from the phone itself in less than a minute. In fact, Prynt has already presented its smartphone case, which includes a built-in printer. Sounds exciting, doesn't it?

This New Smartphone Case Can Print Selfies in Less Than a Minute

The printer tech inside the case is connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth and can result in a photo in about 50 seconds. On a closer look, Prynt is basically a case that will print a small, hard-copy of a photo that you take with your smartphone.

"At the moment, only one sheet of paper can fit in the case. However, this will soon be increased to up to 30 pieces," Clement Perrot, CEO of Prynt, was quoted as saying. The company has anyway been working on the new case since January this year and is even planning on launching the smartphone case at the start of 2015.

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Prynt is currently set to launch a campaign on Kickstarter in 2015, with an early adopter cost of just $99. The new case will be designed to support Android and iOS smartphones with screens in the 4.x-inch range, for the time being.

However, reports say that there are plans already for the company to support phablets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or iPhone 6 Plus. And as promised, the final product should hold up to 30 sheets of heat-activated ink-paper, with the process taking about 30 seconds.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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