Polaroid Insta-Share Moto Mod attaches a printer to your smartphone

Motorola has officially announced its Polaroid Insta-Share Moto Mod, a small Polaroid instant printer that attaches directly to the back of the Moto Z smartphones.

The printer uses Polaroid's Zink ZERO-INK Paper to produce 2 x 3-inch prints, and has a physical button to launch the phone's camera. The printer also supports printing existing photos from Google Photos, Instagram, and Facebook.

Here's a closer look:

The Insta-Share Moto Mod, which was recently leaked ahead of its debut, is a full-size camera backing with a classic Polaroid design... but it's actually a little bit more than just a printer. Users are able to add customizations to images before printing, including borders and filters, and the resulting prints have an adhesive backing for use as stickers.

The Moto Mod will be available from Verizon some time this week followed by other markets "in the coming months," according to Motorola. No word yet on pricing.

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