Instagram, the iPhone application that has transformed the modern day ‘mupload‘, plans to offer more than just the average hipster photo. Even those who covet their beloved BlackBerry’s have opened their minds to the revolution, taking note of the one billion dollars paid by Facebook to take over.
The alternative, designed at ADR Studio in Italy, is in the initial stages of development. The touchscreen operated camera, square in shape, provides 16 GB of space as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, two lenses, and the ease of instant web-upload. As if this isn’t enough, the creation plans to boast a color printer which provides a scannable polaroid for those who wish to follow your account online.