IFA 2022 | Lenovo Glasses T1 presented with Micro OLED displays and compatibility across popular operating systems
Lenovo has lifted the lid on the Glasses T1, a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses that utilise Micro OLED displays. According to Lenovo, each eye operates at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels but only 60 Hz. Lenovo adds that the Glasses T1 should provide up to a 10,000:1 contrast ratio too, although brightness levels are unknown at this stage. Theoretically, the inclusion of Micro OLED panels should ensure high peak brightness levels, though.
Additionally, Lenovo states that the glasses come with TÜV Low Blue Light Certification and TÜV Flicker reduction. Moreover, Lenovo has included 'high-fidelity' speakers. Again, the company has not provided any details about these speakers yet. Separately, the device will be compatible with Android, iOS, macOS and Windows, albeit with some caveats. For example, using the Glasses T1 with Android and Windows devices requires the presence of a 'full-functional' USB Type-C port, while iOS devices need an HDMI Glasses Adapter and an Apple Lightning Digital AV adapter.
Lenovo will first launch the Glasses T1 in China towards the end of the year. By contrast, the company does not plan on releasing the glasses in other markets until 2023 at the earliest. Unfortunately, Lenovo has not confirmed when that will be the case, nor how much the Glasses T1 will cost in China, let alone in other markets.