Huawei today unveiled its smart glasses with HarmonyOS operating system and interchangeable frame during the event on December 23rd (December 2nd) along with products such as the P50 Pocket foldable phone and Matebook X Pro 2022 laptop.
Huawei’s new smart glasses, thanks to their special design, also allow the user to change the front of the frame. The Chinese offer their new glasses with three models of Classic, Stylish Pilot and Retro Round frames. These glasses will be sold with slim design, various colors, flexible hinges and lightweight nylon.
Huawei’s new wearables feature large 128mm square speakers for immersive stereo sound, an inverted acoustic acoustic field system to reduce sound leakage, and dual microphones for clearer sound transmission outdoors in wind-exposed environments.
Huawei’s new smart glasses use the HarmonyOS operating system and support such things as text messages, timetables and flight information. These glasses have different gestures such as double tap to play / pause sound, once tap to switch sound and long touch to reject the call.
The new Chinese wearable can be used with a single charge for up to 16 hours; Huawei says that these smart glasses with their magnetic charging system can be charged in 80 minutes for 80 minutes of use. Huawei glasses, on the other hand, are IPX4 certified, at least on paper, and will withstand sudden rains.
According to Huawei, the company’s new smart glasses will be available in medical and sunglasses at 1699 and 1899 yuan ($ 267 and 298) in the Chinese market; But no information is available on the global supply of the product.