Meta Smartwatch Tipped To Feature Detachable, Rotatable Display


Last year, the social networking giant Facebook, renamed Meta, was reported to be preparing its first smartwatch. This new wearable will be announced this summer. However, there was not much information about this smartwatch except for a leaked image that was leaked in late 2021.

The Mita smart watch is tilted to feature a rotating and detachable screen

Now, LetsGoDigital has poured the beans on the Meta smartwatch, thus revealing some of its key features and capabilities. Let’s take a look at the details here.

The details of the Meta Smartwatch have been revealed

According to the report, the Meta smartwatch is expected to arrive in two models – a square model and a round model. Both smartwatches are described as having a detachable screen. It is reported that the circular smartwatch model may have a maximum of three camera sensors. These lenses may include a telephoto lens, an optical zoom lens, or an ultra-wide angle lens, and a macro lens.

The smartwatch has also been promoted to come with a rotatable display, which will allow users to choose one of two or three camera sensors. By the report, while turning, the camera set at 12 o’clock will be used and the other lenses will be turned off.

Also, users are allegedly allowed to take and share photos on Meta-owned social networks such as Facebook and Meta. It is also believed that the camera can be used for video calling purposes. Moreover, Meta can use these camera sensors to implement AR/VR as well as Mixed Reality.

Other identification products

Besides the Meta smartwatch, it appears that the company is also preparing to bring an AR headset and AR glasses sometime soon. This smartwatch with detachable screen may be part of the upcoming hardware ecosystem within the Meta which is expected to be launched later this year.

At the moment, there is no word on what other devices are on the cards. However, we do know that the upcoming pair of AR glasses could be codenamed ‘Project Nazare’ while the AR headset could be codenamed ‘Project Cambria’. We will learn more details about these augmented reality products and the smartwatch sometime in the coming weeks or months. Until then, let’s take this with a grain of salt.

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Story first published: Sat Jan 15, 2022 at 12:15 [IST]

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