Huawei To Launch Harmony OS Powered Smart Glasses On Dec 23

Huawei To Launch Harmony OS Powered Smart Glasses
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Chinese tech giant Huawei is reportedly planning to release its first true smart glasses ‘Huawei Smart Glass’ on December 23 in China. Alongside this, the company will also debut the Huawei P50 Pocket folding phone, Blood Pressure Watch D, and more products.

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This announcement comes in piping hot right after Oppo announcing its first Oppo Air Glass at its Oppo INNO Day 2021 event on 14 December 2021. The glass features futuristic styling with a single lens design and weighs less than 30 grams. The Air Glass is also designed to snap onto custom frames offered by OPPO using magnetic components housed inside the Air Glass frame.

Huawei has released the first introduction video of upcoming smart glasses that support lens replacement and side of the frame equipped with sound system. In addition, it supports the HarmonyOS system.

Earlier, Huawei released two glasses under its name, however, both were in collaboration with spectacles maker Gentle Monster.

The upcoming Huawei Smart Glass does not feature any collaboration branding.

Huawei smart glass

According to the official warm-up video, Huawei smart glasses support lens replacement, and the left and right glasses frames are equipped with sound units. Huawei named the new product “Huawei Smart Glasses”, and there is no glasses brand logo, and it may be a brand new product series.

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The curved earpiece angle on the new smart glass has been increased from the first generation, from 12-degree to 20-degree, to achieve a better fit. It supports updated smart gesture control. For pairing, users only need to gently pinch on the left temple, reports HuaweiCentral.

In addition, it offers a wider soundstage range for a more immersive sound experience, perfect for listening to music, playing games, or watching TV and much more.

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