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Facebooks Plans for your own SmartWatch are more concrete: The gadget should come to the market in the summer of 2022 - and be equipped with two cameras.
Mark Zuckerberg's Group wants to leave the limits of the digital behind and plans to go under the device manufacturers. The project seems to be reasonably concrete.Facebook Plant SmartWatch with 2 Cameras
reports like, Facebooks SmartWatch should be equipped with two cameras. They should be on the front or back of the display. For a simplified operation, it should be possible to separate the watch element from the bracelet and to make recordings, which can then be shared directly via the networks belonging to Facebook.
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The camera integrated in front of the clock display should serve mainly the video telephony. On the other hand, their counterpart on the display back should be suitable thanks to 1,080 pixels and autofocus for all sorts of recordings. A name for the device is not fixed yet, but the price is probably due to the $ 400 dollars. In the summer of 2022 the Smartwatch should go to the sale.
like the verge also from people who are entrusted with the project, Facebook is also in talks with companies that could produce accessories for the gadget. With their help, the camera holding could then be attached to backpacks or other objects. Users should be able to use the SmartWatch as much flexible as a smartphone.Facebook wants to be independent of Apple
The SmartWatch is not Facebook's first project in the field of gadgets, but perhaps the first really serious attempt to take. Finally, the company withmust handle and ensure not being cut from valuable data streams. A separate ecosystem with its own devices seems a viable way.
Of course, it remains to be seen on how customers will accept the SmartWatch. With a view to the, in which Facebook was entangled in the past, some people should hesitate to give the company access to extremely sensitive data such as health parameters - which can track a SmartWatch yes.
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