Currently AR technology (Augmented Reality) is growing very fast. Many big brands including Google, Apple and Facebook have started investing in this segment. Google has recently started public testing of its AR Glass. And now, Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has also entered the segment with its Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera AR camera features. This AR Glass from Xiaomi which comes with 15x hybrid zoom and a dedicated Snapdragon 8 processor. So let’s take a look at this Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera.
Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera launched
Xiaomi has officially introduced Xiaomi Mijia Glass with Camera. And it has been listed on Xiaomi’s crowdfunding platform Youpin.
Expected Price of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera
Talking about the price, the price of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses is CNY 2,699 i.e. around Rs 31,500. However, this AR glass can be bought for CNY 2,499 i.e. approximately Rs 29,200 for the crowdfunding period. However, the price has not been revealed officially yet.
The design of AR glasses is similar to what we’ve seen before. It has cameras on its sides and it is equipped with multiple lenses. Even though the Xiaomi Mijia Glass looks quite heavy in photos, the company claims that the device weighs only 100 grams, which is pretty good.
Key Features and Specifications of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera
The camera specs of the AR Glass are pretty decent, with features like a 50-megapixel quad-bay four-in-one wide-angle camera and an 8-megapixel periscopic telephoto camera with split OIS optical stabilization. Apart from this, the company claims that the Mijia Camera Glass comes with features of 5x optical zoom and 15x hybrid zoom.
The Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera can be easily connected to the phone via the Mijia app. By connecting, users can transfer photos from Glass to smartphone.
Xiaomi has introduced Mijia Glass Camera with Snapdragon 8-core computing platform coupled with 3GB RAM, 32GB storage and ISP to provide an immersive AR experience.
The Xiaomi Mijia Glasses camera features a combination of a micro OLED display + free-form optical prism. It has a light efficiency ratio of 60% and has also passed the German Rheinland Hardware Low Blue Light certification. However, there is no official news about when this smart glass will enter India and what will be its price.