Called the Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera, this pair of AR smartglasses gives off Google Glass vibes. Featuring Sony MicroOLED displays with a 3,281 ppi resolution and maximum brightness of 3,000 nits, an octa-core Qualcomm processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity as well as a 1020mAh battery that can be charged to 80% in just 30-minutes.
What really sets it apart from other smartglasses is its dual-camera system, which consists of a 50-megapixel main sensor and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens. This camera system enables you to record up to 100-minutes of video footage, complete with AI-powered augmented reality technology that is capable of translating languages in real-time. Available later this year in China, priced at $370 in the crowdfunding stage or at around $399 when it hits Xiaomi stores.
- Blue Light Filtering and Polarized Sunglass Lenses Included: Its blue light filter lessens screen glare to protect your eyes, reducing eyestrain so they feel fresh and focused while enjoying entertainment or working, while the polarized replacement lens shields your eyes from the sun
- Low Latency Audio: Its industry-leading 60ms Bluetooth connection delivers smooth, stutter-free sound that allows you to stay immersed without any disruptions from audio delay or skipping
- Built-in Mic and Speakers: With the Razer Anzu, you can go hands-free when taking calls thanks to a discreet omnidirectional mic built into its frame
- Touch-Enabled and Voice-Assistant Compatible: Change music tracks, play or pause media, manage calls, and activate your smartphone’s voice assistant—all from the glasses’ sleek touch interface
- More than 5 hours of battery life: With this much mileage on a single charge, it’ll never run out during long gaming sessions. When folded up and not in use, it conserves power by shutting off automatically