After briefly introducing the concept of smart glasses, Xiaomi finally released the Xiaomi Mijia Smart Glasses officially for sale and use by its consumers. The smart glasses that have a “bulky” design come with an AR optical dosplay with camera modules placed on both sides of the glasses.
This device has two types of cameras, with the first camera being a 50 MP f/1.8 sensor and the second camera being an 8 MP periscope f/3.4 sensor with 5x optical zoom and 15x digital zoom.
The lenses of these glasses use a silicon-based micro OLED from Sony which has a brightness level of up to 3000 nots, a pixel density of 3281 ppi, and a contrast ratio of 10000:1. One of its superior features is the ability to translate in real-time with AR technology.
The main kitchen runway uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon Octa-Core chipset with 3 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, and has support for dual band Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0, and has a 1020mAh battery capacity and 10W wireless charging power. Xiaomi Mijia Smart Glasses will be sold at a price of around Rp. 5 million, but there is no further news whether this device will be available for markets outside China.