Targeted at smartphone users, the latest Fujifilm Smartphone Printer will rival the likes of HP Sprocket Plus smartphone printer in the country
Fujifilm has announced the launch of Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 in India. Priced at Rs 13,999 the Fujifilm Instax SHARE Smartphone printer SP2 will compete against the likes of HP Sprocket printer in the country.
As opposed to a Rs 13,999 price tag on this latest Fujifilm smartphone printer, the latest version of HP Sprocket Plus printer is currently retailing for Rs 7,999 on a leading e-commerce portal in the country.
Just like HP Sprocket, this latest smartphone compatible printer from Fujifilm is aimed at people who like printing photos clicked using smartphones and tablets.
Fujifilm Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 gold and silver variants
The company has said that while the silver variant of Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 will be available through offline stores, the gold variant of the latest Instax smartphone printer will be available exclusively on online channels. However, apart from the colors on the hardware part, there seems to be no difference in the functioning of these silver and gold variants. The Fujifilm India website has not listed any difference between the two as well.
It is also to be noted here that despite the company claiming the gold variant of Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 only to be available after November 20th, it is already retailing at a much higher price on a popular e-commerce portal. The silver variant, which is to available only through offline sales is also available on the same e-commerce portal.
Fujifilm Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 features
Users will be able to connect their smartphones or tablets with the printer over a Wi-Fi network. It supports Android phones installed with Android Ver. 2.3.3 or later, and iPhones installed with iOS Ver. 8.0 or later.
The company is claiming that Instax SHARE smartphone printer SP2 can print credit-card sized high 800×600 dots and 318 dpi resolution quality photos in just 10 seconds. It supports JPEG and PNG image types and takes 90 minutes for a full battery charge.
Users will have options to choose between an array of template options including split, collage, and square.
A pack of Fujifilm Instax Square Exposures Instant Film containing 10 papers costs around Rs 879 while a pack of HP Zink 50 photo papers costs Rs 1,247 (on a popular e-commerce portal).