Xiaomi has quietly unveiled a new wearable concept product in China, its first attempt at Smart Glasses.
The Xiaomi Smart Glasses have a refreshing new design that seems to take inspiration from Iron Man's EDITH glasses and can show notifications, make calls, take photos, and translate text real-time right before your eyes.
Users can interact and navigate through with the company's own XiaoAI assistant. The AI-powered glasses are smart enough only to let the most important notifications get through to you.
This tiny piece of technology integrates a total of 497 components. The built-in dual beamforming microphones and speakers can help users take calls without accessing their smartphones. Surprisingly, the user interface is based on a version of Android and has a very futuristic design.
As for the technical details, the Smart Glasses are powered by a quad-core ARM processor and have a battery, touchpad, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth modules.
One of the most exciting sections of these futuristic glasses is the display, which help you guide through routes, and more. It makes use of MicroLEDs for backlighting and measures 2.4mm x 2.02mm in thickness.
There's a tiny 5MP camera integrated on the Xiaomi Smart Glasses to click photos and translate text.
Unfortunately, these glasses are just a "smart wearable device concept," with no shipping date, pricing, or availability.