Facebook has created new smart-video chat devices, Portal and Portal + that can be purchased in the USA.
Consumers can buy Portal from Portal.facebook.com, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, and Amazon Books and Best Buy stores for $ 199 (about 14,400 Tenge) and Portal + $ 349 (about 25,000 Tenge). Wednesday.
The portal has a 10-inch 1280×800 pixel display, and a Portal + 15 inch 1920×1080 pixel display.
Portable devices support up to seven group calls simultaneously.
Works with artificial intelligence, the "Smart Camera" of the Portal helps to keep the garbage and scenes automatically and improves the voice of "Smart-Sound" speakers.
Devices allow users to make free calls by saying "Hey Portal" and telling them they want to make a call.
The portal also includes Amazon Alexa, so users can ask questions, set timer, add items to their shopping list, manage your smart home, and more.
Last month, Portal announced that it will share information about your calls and applications for advertisers in other social media platform gateway platforms.
On Wednesday, the Portal video calls were encrypted.
"The Facebook portal does not listen to, does not store or store your video calls, so it can not be used to advertise it, and video calls are encrypted in the portal, so your calls are safe," wrote the social media giant.
"You can delete your portal voice log in your active Facebook log, and we do not support portal voice commands targetedly," Facebook said.