Facebook has evidently been occupied with planning new variations of its Portal video talking gadgets. As indicated by the company's Vice President of AR/VR, Andrew "Boz" Bosworth, Facebook plans to reveal new Portal models this fall. Bosworth has made the declaration in front of an audience at the Code Conference in Phoenix, where he told the audience of spectators that the social network is releasing "new form factors" in light of the fact that "there's a whole new generation of hardware coming out." Facebook, he said, wants "to make sure that human connection, connection between two people, is a first-party experience" on a piece of hardware for the home.
The social network released the original model and its greater kin, the Portal+, in November 2018. They give avid Messenger clients an approach to make encoded video visits utilizing a keen camera that can follow them while talking. Bosworth didn't expound on what he implies by "new form factors" - we'll simply need to trust that to wait for the unveiling event to see what the models look like. In addition to revealing the new Portal models, Facebook is also expected made the original Portal and Portal+ available in Europe this fall.