Here are the first photos taken with Xiaomi's Google Glass

xiaomi mijia smart camera glasses

As well as OPPO, also Xiaomi is doing its utmost to revive the category of smart glasses. However, thelatest model presented does not focus solely and solely on augmented reality like the previous one. The concept around the Xiaomi Mijia Smart Camera Glasses it is in all respects that of the iconic and unsuccessful Google Glass. While on the right there is a Micro OLED display at 3.000 nits to project the interface, on the left there is a rather advanced photographic sector for this type of product. The sensors in action are two: the main one from 50 MP with Quad Bayer matrix and a periscopial telephoto lens from 8 MP with zoom optical 5x, 5x hybrid and OIS stabilization.

The early adopters publish the photos taken with the Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera

Most likely, the Xiaomi Mijia Smart Camera Glasses will remain a Chinese exclusive not destined to debut on the Global market. But the debut in China took place last August 3, and thanks to the first early adopters we can understand how they are made. The similarity between these and Google Glass is also negative: just like Big G's glasses, even those of Xiaomi are poco compact and for some they may be awkward in shape. But these are trade-offs that a manufacturer must face in order to create such advanced products.

The evolution of Xiaomi glasses becomes evident if we analyze the photos they are able to take, as can be seen from the first samples that appeared on Weibo (1, 2, 3). This pair of sensors returns more than enough images, both day and night, and at the height of many of the smartphones in circulation. Thanks to the presence of the telephoto lens with periscopial structure, then, it is possible to capture noteworthy shots even over long range.

Recall that the Xiaomi Mijia Smart Camera Glasses integrate a chip Snapdragon with 3/32 GB of memory and a ISP dedicated to manage the photographic department, as well as Dual Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 and a 1.020 mAh with magnetic charging. They are available in crowdfunding on the Chinese market at a price of approximately 2.499 yuan 360€, to then rise to 2.699 yuan, about 390 €.

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