Launch of Huawei smart glasses with removable front bezel

Tech giant Huawei has launched new “Huawei Smart Glasses” smart glasses with a detachable front bezel design in China.

Smart glass offers three types of classic frames: classic frame, elegant frame and retro round frame. It also comes in a variety of colorful frames.

The new Huawei smart glasses are the first glasses equipped with HarmonyOS. The glasses support simultaneous connection of two devices, one-touch switching of multiple devices and visualized smart connection, reports GizmoChina.

They are equipped with powerful 128mm speakers and microphones that allow hands-free access to Huawei’s Celia assistant. It also has reverse sound field acoustic system, and the directional sound cavity structure + sound vent can effectively reduce the sound around the ears.

In addition, the smart glass can intelligently broadcast information in the system application and third-party applications such as WeChat and Meituan, such as high-speed train flight and travel reminders, schedule reminders, WeChat reminders, to-go reminders, and more.

In terms of price, the optical mirrors of Huawei smart glasses are priced at 1,699 yuan, and the sunglasses are priced at 1,899 yuan.

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(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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