Huawei Vision Glass smart glasses debut in China with Micro OLED displays
Huawei has now fully revealed the Vision Glass, having teased the smart glasses last month. As we discussed at the time, the Vision Glass rely on Micro OLED panels to produce large virtual displays for working or watching movies. Fundamentally, the Vision Glass operates like the Nreal Air AR, which Nreal launched earlier this year in multiple markets.
Conversely, Huawei has not confirmed whether it will offer the Vision Glass outside its home market. For reference, Huawei tends to take a few months between releasing products in China and in other markets. Hence, it may be mid-2023 before Huawei releases the Vision Glass elsewhere.
According to Huawei's product page, each Micro OLED panel measures 0.49-inches across and outputs at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels for a 4,523 SPR pixel density. Each panel outputs at 60 Hz too, covers 90% of the DCI-P3 colour space, and 480 nits. Moreover, the Vision Glass provides 41° field-of-view, 53 PPD and an interpupillary distance of 63.5 mm (± 4 mm), all to create up to 120-inch projections.
The Huawei Vision Glass is only available in Glossy Black and carries a CNY 2,999 (~US$431) MSRP. However, the smart glasses will be available for CNY 2,899 (~US$417) when they go on sale on December 26.