About a year ago, there was news that Facebook (then not Meta) was working on a smartwatch. The model, codenamed Milan, has been in development for two years, and this week it became known that the project was canceled for unknown reasons. Photos of the device’s prototype have now appeared on the Web, allowing you to see its design and two cameras.

The Meta watch is a capsule that fits in a strap. The device itself has two buttons, a 5 MP front camera in a teardrop-shaped cutout on the screen and an additional 12 MP on the rear panel, next to the sensors. The removable design of the capsule and dual cameras were to allow the user to take photos and videos when he did not have a phone with him.

The watch was supposed to receive GPS and Wi-Fi, so it can work completely offline. In addition, separate applications WhatsApp and Instagram Stories, as well as the application Spotify were developed. The device was expected to be released in the spring of 2023 at a price of 349 dollars. Despite the cancellation of this project, there are insights that Meta is working on other wrist devices that will be released in the future.

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