Facebook first-ever smartwatch will reportedly have two cameras and roll out next summer

SourceBusiness Insider
SectorRetail
CountryMiddle east

Facebook is planning on rolling out its first-ever smartwatch in summer 2022, according to a Wednesday report from , but Wednesday’s report sheds more light on the future project. The watch will have a display and two cameras that can be detached to take photos and video just like you would on a smartphone or GoPro camera. The content could then be shared on Facebook and Instagram, as well as other apps owned by the company.

Facebook employees have said the watch could cost around $400, according to The Verge, but that price tag could change. Sources told the outlet that Facebook has spent about $1 billion to develop the first iteration of the smartwatch since 2019. Facebook declined to comment. The product would be another push by the company into the hardware market and would put Facebook head-to-head against Apple in the smartwatch arena, The company saw healthy sales in 2020, even as people were driven into their homes...read more...