Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera unveiled as AR wearable with micro-OLED and periscope camera
Xiaomi has revealed the Mijia Glasses Camera wearable. The gadget features a 50 MP primary camera and an 8 MP periscope camera, capable of up to 15 times zoom, capturing the image as you see it. The wearable lets you quickly grab an image or video without reaching for your smartphone.
The Mijia Glasses Camera has a Sony Micro OLED display with up to 3,000 nit brightness and TÜV Rheinland certification for eye protection. The glasses can record continuously for up to 100 minutes on a single charge, thanks to a 1,020 mAh battery. You can recharge the gadget to 80% in 30 minutes with magnetic 10 W charging.
The device has real-time Xiaomi AI text translation between English and Chinese. Other AR features, such as screen-casting, will be available in later OTA updates. The Mijia Glasses Camera use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8-core independent computing platform with a 3 + 32 GB storage solution. You can connect to the glasses, which weigh around 100 g (~0.22 lbs), via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 5.0.
Customers in China will be able to pre-order the Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera for the discounted price of 2,499 yuan (~US$370); the gadget is expected to retail for 2,699 yuan (~US$400) in the future. The crowdfunding campaign will launch on August 3. It is unclear whether or when the wearable could be released in other markets.