Xiaomi has introduced its first-ever new smart eye wearable device called Xiaomi Smart Glasses. The new Xiaomi glasses are capable of displaying messages and notifications, make calls, navigate, capture photos and even translate text.
The Smart Glasses look like normal sunglasses but are embedded with sensors and an imaging system to enable various smart features.
The company has announced through a blog post about the new Xiaomi Smart Glasses. The announcement comes a day before the electronics maker is set to launch the Xiaomi 11T and Xiaomi 11T Pro in the global markets.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses Features:-
The wearable is likely to first be made available in China before coming to global markets.
The Xiaomi Smart Glasses have a squarish frame with a band running on top.
The Smart Glasses feature Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support for connectivity. They run on the Android platform and have a touchpad as well.
Smart Glasses come with a round frame, and the device seems to be taking inspiration from superhero Iron Man’s smart glasses ‘EDITH’ with a metal bar right above the nose rim.
The Smart Glasses feature a MicroLED imaging technology that helps them make look like a normal pair of glasses.
The monochrome display has a peak brightness of 2 million nits. The display chip measures 2.3mm x 2.02mm, enabling the display to fit within the frame of the glasses.
The glasses also have a 5MP camera on the front for taking pictures. It also features dual beam-forming mics and speakers for answering calls, transcribing audio into text in real-time, etc
Xiaomi explained that there is a grating structure on the inner surface of the lens that allows light to be refracted safely into the human eye, and let it see a complete image.
Xiaomi also shared a video of the Smart Glasses, which shows the display is in front of the eyes, and it looks quite futuristic.
Xiaomi said that the smart glasses only display important notifications such as “smart home alarms, urgent information from office apps, and messages from important contacts.
Smart Glasses can present roads and maps in front of you in real-time so that you can keep your eyes on the road safely and conveniently.