Leaked image of Facebook's Meta smartwatch shows a camera notch


    Meta, formerly Facebook, may be developing a smartwatch that can take photos and videos. Bloomberg has published an image showing a smartwatch with rounded corners similar to the Apple Watch, except that it has a notch with a front-facing camera. App developer Steve Moser found images within the company's app used to control Ray-Ban

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    Stories AR sunglasses, suggesting it could be used to control future watches.In addition to the rounded corners and cameras The smartwatch also has a stainless steel case and detachable strap. Moser also says that code within the app indicates that the watch can be called Milan and that it allows downloading photos and videos you

    take with the watch on your phone.According to Bloomberg, Meta hopes to launch a smartwatch as early as 2022,but no results have yet been finalized. Facebook's parent company is reportedly working on three products to be released, according to Bloomberg. at different times It's not entirely clear if the device shown in the picture is one of them.

    Or will it even be released? The Verge also reported earlier this year that Facebook is working on a smartwatch with 1080p front and rear cameras with autofocus. It can have a heart rate monitor and LTE connectivity as well, although these features can be released in three different models.