Facebook has filed a patent for a detachable wristwatch that is completely insane.
, by raj, 6 min reading time
The Meta smartwatch (the new name for Facebook, obviously) is still on track for a 2022 release, and the firm has filed a patent that reveals some interesting capabilities. We recently reported on reports that the Meta wristwatch would include two cameras and a removable lens for taking photos on the fly. This new patent demonstrates that Facebook is examining the possibility. A detachable screen may be refitted into a base that stays on the wrist, according to the patent, which was filed in June 2021. According to the abstract, the removable part would be used to provide an additional camera or possibly a second screen. The patent depicts both square and circular wristwatch designs, while speculations from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman suggested a square form similar to the Fitbit Versa. Patents with features that don't make it to actual products are filed all the time just look at our Apple Watch patents compilation for proof.From previous reports and these patents, it's evident that Facebook has been working on some interesting wristwatch concepts, but whether any of them make it to version 1.0 of the Meta Watch is anyone's guess. However, it appears that a camera will be a crucial element of the Facebook wristwatch, as the gadget makes little sense if it doesn't fit into Facebook's vision of communication, social, and (horribly) the 'Metaverse.'
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