Xiaomi announces powerful smart glasses

Xiaomi has just jumped into the augmented reality war with a product called Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera.

Xiaomi smart glasses combine the look of a regular pair of glasses with quite high-end technological features. Looking at the design of the device, Xiaomi really tries to make a powerful product instead of trying to make a stylish device.


Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera weighs 100 grams. The left side of the glass has a 50 MP main camera and an 8 MP periscope telephoto camera. The second camera offers 5x optical zoom (15x digital zoom), supports optical stabilization and f/3.4 aperture.

The right side of the glass has a microLED screen manufactured by Sony with a maximum brightness of 3,000 nits and a terrible pixel density of 3,281ppi. In particular, it comes with powerful Snapdragon 8-series chip inside to upgrade the built-in dual camera quality.

Going deeper into the specifications, the glasses come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, as well as a dual-band Wi-Fi chip, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 1,020 mAh battery with support for 10W magnetic charging. According to Xiaomi, users can charge these devices from 0 to 80% in just 30 minutes, and a full charge will help users record 100 minutes of video.


Note that this glasses will only be for China, at least for now. The other issue is that the glasses are a crowdfunded product, meaning it's still unclear whether the product will ever be mass-produced. The appeal of the device lies in the fact that its price is only 370 USD for early supporters before it hits the shelves for 399 USD officially.

In fact, Xiaomi has been introducing its products since last year. At the time, many thought this was just a PR stunt to attract media attention to Xiaomi, but it seems the company has actually launched a crowdfunding campaign to turn the company around. their ideas out to the public. These glasses are said to be made by Seiko, and they have been in development for at least two years.

Another thing that surprises users is that the price of 399 USD is really a bargain for an AR / VR headset, especially when compared to Apple's product that is expected to cost thousands of dollars.


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