Xiaomi has now presented a new idea for smart products. Xiaomi’s Smart Glass includes calling, navigation, MicroLED display, and even a camera for live translation and photo shooting.
According to a spokesman for the Chinese tech giant, the business currently has no plans to offer these smart spectacles. It did, however, release a wealth of information and share films. That hints at what the company’s future smart eyewear may entail. The smart glasses have a traditional appearance but come with a monochrome MicroLED display and AR capabilities. When compared to OLED, the firm chose this display technology because it has a “greater pixel density and longer lifespan while having a simpler structure.”
Furthermore, MicroLED screens “allow for a more compact display, as well as easier screen integration,” according to Xiaomi. While the new display technology has been hailed as a possible OLED replacement, it is extremely costly and has only been seen in a few commercial devices. The display is the size of a “grain of rice,” with dimensions of 2.4mm x 2.02mm and a peak brightness of 2 million nits, according to official documents. This high brightness won’t reach the user’s eye entirely, but it’s provided to make the information visible even in direct sunshine.
According to the company’s video teasers, we can observe a variety of circumstances in which Xiaomi’s Smart Glass idea might be useful. This includes live translation, real-time navigation, notifications shown directly on the screen, and other helpful features. Notably, smart glasses may be used without a smartphone and are self-contained because they are Android devices. It has an undisclosed quad-core Arm CPU, WiFi, Bluetooth, a battery, and a 5-megapixel camera. All while weighing is only 51 grams.
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