Facebook Is Working On A Smartwatch With Two Detachable Cameras

Social media giant Facebook is reportedly working on a smartwatch and will soon enter into the smartwatch business, reports from The Verge says.

The Facebook smartwatch will feature a display with two cameras that can be detached from the wrist for taking pictures and videos that can be shared across Facebook's suite of apps, including Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

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The front-facing camera is said to be made primarily for video calls while the back module comes with auto-focus and can record up to 1080p content when detached from the stainless steel frame on the wrist.

Facebook is said to have made contact with other third-party accessory makers to create products compatible with the watch's detachable cams such as backpacks and cases.

Other functions of the watch includes all the standard health and fitness tracking, and heart rate monitoring as well. The watch will feature LTE connectivity to enable it work independently from smartphones.

Facebook hasn't public confirmed the reports, though it plans to debut next summer.

The smartwatch will come in white, black and gold colours. The device is expected to hit the markets in 2022 for an alledged price tag of $400

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