Facebook to release a portable version of Portal video chat device
One of the most renowned social media, Facebook on Tuesday announced two new models of its Portal video-calling devices, including its first portable version.
According to a report from reuters.com, the social media company also said it was testing with several U.S. companies’ services for businesses to remotely manage Portal work accounts and devices.
Though Facebook has not provided specific sales numbers on Portal, however, a spokeswoman said that there had been increased sales and usage during the COVID-19 pandemic, through which many companies shifted to remote working and more people stayed at home under lockdown measures. Facebook makes the vast majority of its money from digital ads. information guide Nigeria
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The recent report from reuters.com has it that the social media company, which is under scrutiny from global regulators and lawmakers over its approach to user safety, privacy, and content across its services, launched its first line of Portals in 2018. The smart-display devices, one of Facebook’s forays into selling hardware, let users make video calls, with cameras that automatically follow users around a room.
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