Xiaomi propels its own smart glasses, obviously
Xiaomi is challenging Facebook in the wearables field by launching its own smart glasses. The gadget will not just be equipped for taking photographs, yet additionally of showing messages and notifications, making calls, giving navigation and translating text right in real time in front of your eyes. Like Facebook, Xiaomi is likewise putting accentuation on the gadget’s lightness notwithstanding its features. At 51 grams, however, it’s a bit heavier than the social network’s Ray-Ban Stories. What’s more, the glasses additionally has an indicator light that shows when the 5-megapixel camera is being used.
Xiaomi’s Smart Glasses are powered by a quad-core ARM processor and run on Android. They additionally use MicroLED imaging technology, which is known for having a higher splendor and longer life expectancy than OLED. The organization says the technology has a more straightforward structure that empowered it to make a reduced display with individual pixels sized at 4μm. You will not have the option to see the pictures you take in color, however — Xiaomi says it picked to utilize a monochrome display solution “to allow sufficient light to pass through complicated optical structures.”
Its smart glasses will not be only a second screen for your phone, as per Xiaomi. It’s independently capable of some things, for example, selecting the most important notifications to show you, including smart home alarms and messages from significant contacts. The gadget’s navigation capability can display maps and directions before your eyes. It can likewise show you the number of whoever’s at present calling your phone, and you can accept the call using the smart glasses’ worked-in mic and speakers.
That mic will actually want to get speech, too, which Xiaomi’s proprietary translating algorithm can translate in real time. The glasses’ translation feature likewise works’ on written text and text on photographs captures through its camera. Lamentably, the organization presently can’t seem to declare a cost or a launch date for the glasses, however we’ll keep you updated when it does.