The design is straightforward yet visually appealing and folds up quickly and easily. Images show that there are two nose pads, each with a three-layer adjustable air capsule for maximum comfort. The virtual reality glasses have a sophisticated, matte black appearance with almost no sheen.
For the record, these VR glasses do not have a central processing unit, storage, or any other kind of external storage device. However, there is a little hole in the left arm of the Glasses where a connection may be inserted so that you can link it to your mobile device. The firm will provide a special wire that will allow your smartphone to communicate with your eyewear.
When it comes to battery life, you shouldn't expect much from the Glasses since they don't have any. It will use your phone's battery to operate, so it won't go out of commission if you happen to lose your phone.
These smart glasses use a MicroOLED display, which is the technological equivalent of a virtual giant screen of 120 inches in size, which allows for binocular 1080p full HD resolution that can sustain 480 nits of brightness while being worn and a provides coverage for 90% of the DCI-P3 colour gamut. In addition, it has TÜV Rheinland's seal of approval for low blue light emission and comes with ultra-thin smart speakers.
Those with myopia often find it difficult to use sunglasses because of the effect they have on their vision. Huawei has taken care of this problem since the new sunglasses allow for adjustments of up to 500 degrees of Myopia, or 500 diopters of refractive power. No need for corrective glasses anymore, thanks to Huawei's technological advancements.
Price And Availability
Unfortunately, Huawei's VR glasses' price tag remains unknown. The most likely release date is early 2023. However, until the official release date is revealed, we will not know for certain.