Xiaomi launches its own smart glasses, of course
By Editor - Tue Sep 14, 6:30 am
Mariella Moon Contributor Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget . More posts by this contributor Tesla ordered to share Autopilot data with the US traffic safety agency FAA opens probe into anomaly on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic spaceflight Xiaomi is challenging Facebook in the wearables arena by launching its own smart glasses. The device won’t only be capable of taking photos, but also of displaying messages and notifications, making calls, providing navigation and translating text right in real time in front of your eyes. Like Facebook, Xiaomi is also putting emphasis on the device’s lightness despite its features. At 51 grams, though, it’s a bit heavier than the social network’s Ray-Ban Stories . In addition, the glasses also has an indicator light that shows when the 5-megapixel camera is in use. Xiaomi’s Smart Glasses are powered by a quad-core ARM processor and run on Android. They also use MicroLED imaging technology, which is known for having a higher brightness and longer lifespan than OLED.
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