Facebook Portal Go and Portal+ revealed: Portable and giant

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Facebook Portal Go and Portal+ revealed: Portable and giant

This afternoon Facebook revealed a pair of the latest smart video calling devices called Portal Go and (the newest version of) Portal+. These devices are just the newest series of “Portal” video calling devices of varying sizes. Facebook is looking the Portal Go, their “first-ever portable Portal.” For… if you ever wanted to… make calls on a screen on… the go.

The Portal Go is the smaller of the 2 devices, coming with a ten .1-inch display with 1280 x 800-pixel resolution. This device is 256.7 x 78.9 x 173.9mm in size (L, W, H) and weighs approximately 3 pounds (1.4kg). The Portal Go is supposed to be the portable Portal – or a minimum of the foremost realistically portable Portal yet made by Facebook.

The Portal Go features a charging dock and a wall adapter, while the Portal+ has just the wall adapter for charging. Both devices have a 4-mic Tetrahedral Array microphone system and, therefore, the same software inside. Both devices come equipped with one 12MP resolution camera with an Ultra-Wide field of view.

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The Portal Go device has 2 full-range speakers and a woofer for bass, and the Portal+ has an equivalent set of speakers plus 2x passive radiators. The dimensions of the Portal+ and, therefore, the shape of the Portal+ is significantly different from that of the Portal Go. The Portal+ features a size of 312.6 x 98.1 x 250.7mm, and a weight of 4.2 pounds (1.9kg.)

Be sure to ascertain our earlier features on Portal TV. Therefore, the privacy concerns Facebook faces (and continues to face) with devices like these. just like the real potential for ad tracking situation if you remember.

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The Portal Go is priced at approximately USD 199, while the Portal+ will cost you USD 349. Both devices will be available on pre-order starting in September, and the discharge date for both Portal devices is October 19, 2021. These devices are going to be available from Facebook and thru Amazon and Best Buy.