Nearly a year ago to this day we reported on a Meta smartwatch in the works. Тhe wearable (internal code name Milan) was apparently in development for two years before Meta decided to pull the plug earlier this week for reasons that are still unknown. Today, we finally get an actual look at a prototype of the device showcasing its design and dual cameras on its housing.
Meta watch features a removable body that pops out of the watch strap cradle. We can also see two buttons on the case and a total of two cameras. There’s a 5MP front-facing camera part of the screen as a waterdrop notch and a 12MP shooter on the back next to the health sensors. The detachable body and dual cameras would allow users to record photos and videos when they didn’t have their phones on them.