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Have A Camera On Your Wrist, Thanks To This Apple Watch Band
The Apple Watch is one high-end smart device on the market, but its users feel the need of having a camera that would allow them to click pictures, take selfies and record videos. The likely reason the company refrained from endowing it with a camera is that it would affect the battery life, but now, the Israel- and Bay-based startup Glide has come up with a solution.
No need of iPhone to take pictures
Glide has created the CMRA, which is essentially a smartwatch strap that will enable users to click pictures and selfies and record videos. Glide's CMRA adds a 2-megapixel selfie camera and 8-megapixel watch-front camera.
Glide CEO Ari Roisman told Recode on Tuesday, "The camera is only valuable when it is out and ready to take a photo or video. Our phones live in our pockets."
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