Xiaomi Smart Glasses looks like regular glasses but with thicker rims and temples. The device weighs 51 grams and features a MicroLED display that shows information when connected to a smartphone with the help of built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules. Thanks to a brightness of 2 million nits, the device has excellent readability even in bright sunlight.
Powered by a quad-core ARM processor responsible for the performance, Xiaomi Smart Glasses runs on Android OS.
Apart from 497 communication models and miniature sensors, Xiaomi Smart Glasses also have speakers, a 5-megapixel camera with an indicator that alerts when photos are being taken, microphones, and a touchscreen control panel, all of which can track the surroundings of the device's owner. Therefore, Xiaomi claims that the novelty is not just a “second screen,” it's even capable of replacing a smartphone.
The wearable device also supports calls, navigation, messages, and real-time translation of foreign texts. At the same time, the glasses can save photos made with cameras to internal memory.
For now, Xiaomi Smart Glasses is just a concept, so the tech company has not announced its price or release date yet.