Xiaomi, a company from China, has put its own smart glasses on the crowdfunding site Mijia to compete with Google Glass. Xiaomi first came up with the idea of smart glasses a year ago, but the company just started taking pre-orders recently.
The device weighs close to one hundred grams and has a lot of useful features. There are 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. As well as a custom chipset based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 series. It runs its own ISP, which is an interesting part of the problem.
Since Sony makes the screen, you can cross that one off your list. It has a PPI density of 3,281 and uses an OLED made of silicon that can get as bright as 3000 nits at its brightest. TUV Rheinland has also confirmed that the product does protect against blue light, as it says it does.
This portable device has two cameras, and each one can zoom in 5 times. It has a 50-megapixel sensor with Quad Bayer pixel binning, which is one of the things that makes it stand out. The secondary camera. Which looks like a periscope, has 8 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom, and also optical image stabilization (Optical Image Stabilization). Continuous video recording lasts 100 minutes.
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Mijia Glasses Camera contains a 10W wirelessly-chargeable battery. It can be charged to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes, and the screen shows translations in real-time. Also included is the ability to work with Xiaomi’s XiaoAI artificial intelligence assistant.
The Mijia Glasses Camera starts at a price of CNY 2,499, which is about $370. Once the company starts making a lot of the products. The price will go up to CBY 2,699, which is about $400.