The first Facebook smartwatch is expected to cost roughly $400(around Rs 29,000). This watch will most likely come in three colours: white, black, and gold.
The social media behemoth Facebook is expected to release its first smartwatch next summer. In the coming years, its second and third generations are also expected to emerge. The pricing of Facebook's first smartwatch is likely to be around $400 (about Rs 29,000), however this could vary in the future.
This watch will most likely come in three colours: white, black, and gold. Facebook hasn't decided on a name for its new service.
This smartwatch will have a heart rate monitor and two cameras in addition to texting capabilities. These cameras may be detached from the wrist and used to take photos and films that can be shared on Facebook's apps.
One camera will be on the top of the smartwatch, while the other will be on the back. The front camera is mostly for video calling, while the rear camera is a 1080p auto-focus camera that can be used to capture video footage.
Another fascinating feature is that users will be able to track more than just their heart rate with this smartwatch, since it may connect to health and fitness firms' services or hardware. You'll be able to use this smartwatch even if you don't have an active internet connection.
The wristwatch is being marketed as part of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's plan to create additional consumer products to compete with Apple, Huawei, and Google. According to The Verge, the California-based social network is also looking for other companies to help it connect cameras to backpacks.
Because it hasn't released a device since the HTC smartphone line, virtual reality handset Oculus, and video chatting device Portal, Facebook's impending smartwatch is likely to be a litmus test.
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