SAN FRANCISCO ( Reuters) – Facebook’s smartwatch will go on sale next year, though Facebook has not announced it, technology experts and websites have claimed it will go on sale next year.
Facebook has made a number of announcements about its hardware, including a video call manual, IR (augmented reality) lenses and Achilles head displays for virtual reality, but in a post, experts have speculated that Is working, the proof of which is coming forward.
According to the popular website The Verge, the Facebook SmartWatch will have two cameras installed. They allow users to create photos and videos. These photos and videos will then be instantly posted on Instagram and Facebook. The Verge describes it as follows:
The 1080 pixel camera on the front will be used for video calling, the watch can be separated from the box and the rear camera here will be used to take front video or pictures, the watch frame is made of metal on which the watch can fit and It can be detached, but the watch can be mounted on the backpack or on the front of the car dashboard. For this, Facebook is also signing agreements with many companies.
Although Facebook has not officially announced its smartwatch, Andrew Bosworth, head of AR, VR research at the company, wrote in a tweet: ‘We’re working on a technology that makes real sense. I also include an adaptive interface and aptic (sensing) systems and yes we are also considering wristbands.
Earlier this year, Facebook also mentioned the AR invention used on the wrist and according to analysts, it could be a smartwatch. One thing is for sure, the smartwatch will be equipped with an ‘electromyography’ or EMG system in which the electrical signals of the hand muscles can be read.
In this way, this smartwatch will offer facilities beyond time. There is also news that a simple and non-AR version of the Facebook SmartWatch will be launched next year. This will be followed by an IR feature as the need grows and will probably cost ڈالر 400