According to a recent report edge, Facebook is seeking to enter the smart watch market. According to reports, the social media giant’s first smartwatch product will be equipped with two detachable cameras, which can be installed wherever users think is suitable for taking photos and videos, and can then be used in Facebook applications, Messenger, Instagram and Share in the Facebook application suite including WhatsApp.
Facebook Watch (tentative name) will be equipped with front and rear cameras enclosed in a stainless steel case. It is said that the front camera is mainly used for video calls, while the rear module has an autofocus function that can record up to 1080p content. The watch will also perform all standard health and fitness tracking, including heart rate monitoring.
Elsewhere, Facebook Watch is said to have LTE connectivity, allowing it to work independently of smartphones. It will come in white, black and gold. This wearable device is expected to make its debut sometime in 2022 and is said to be priced at US$400. Allegedly, Facebook has contacted third-party accessory manufacturers to launch products compatible with watch detachable cams, including backpacks and watch cases.