In its home country, Xiaomi has recently released the announced Mijia Glasses Camera smart glasses. Actually, these glasses are extremely fascinating. They sort of merge ordinary glasses and AR glasses.
Now, if you look at these spectacles, you’ll see that they’re not exactly designed to be worn casually when out and about. The display component is on the opposite side, and there are some noticeable camera sensors on the side.
THE 100-GRAM XIAOMI AR SMART GLASSES FEATURE INTERESTING CAMERAS AND WEIGH If you wore these spectacles casually and someone happened to look at them, they would most surely make them uncomfortable. The glasses themselves weigh about 100 grams in addition.
Advertisement There is a 50-megapixel primary camera and an additional 8-megapixel periscope telephoto camera on the left. OIS is not available on the primary camera, however it is on the backup. In addition to its 15x digital zoom, this periscope telephoto camera has an f/3.4 aperture lens and a 5x optical zoom setting.
The inbuilt Sony tiny OLED panel has a maximum brightness of 3,000 nits. The freeform optical technology used by Xiaomi has an entry brightness of 1,800 nits. Sony’s display has a contrast ratio of 10,000:1 and a pixel density of 3,281 ppi.
THEY ARE FUELED BY A SNAPDRAGON 8-SERIES CHIPSET. The fact that Xiaomi is using a Snapdragon 8-series chipset is also intriguing. 32GB of storage and 3GB of RAM are also included in the glasses, along with dual-band Wi-Fi. Additionally, Bluetooth 5.0 is available, and the glasses are powered by a 1,020mAh battery.
Advertisement They can use 10W magnetic charging when it’s time to recharge them. They can be charged to 80% in about 30 minutes, and the glasses can record continuously for 100 minutes.
Please be aware that although these glasses cost CNY2,499 ($370), they are a part of a crowdfunding effort. It is unknown if they will be sold outside of China and their usual price will be CNY2,699 ($399).