The OPPO Air Glass 2 has a super-strong design that has the first resin SRG-diffractive waveguide lens ever created by an eyewear manufacturer. These lenses will allow for more customisation and vision correction, making them nearly invisible when compared to conventional glasses. Additionally, a monocular split solution that is adaptable to different optical lenses was utilised in the Air Glass 2. With a weight of about 38 grams, it is incredibly light too.
The lens achieves an average eye-catching brightness of 1,400 nits by utilising thin and light diffractive waveguide technology. It also makes use of a silicon-based Micro LED display with a maximum brightness of 3 million nits and a single pixel as small as 4 microns. With the portable charging base, the Air Glass 2’s battery life can increase to 10.5 hours thanks to its Snapdragon 4100 wearable device platform.
The users of the Air Glass 2 can use location-based navigation services, make phone calls, and execute real-time translations. It can also be used to translate sounds into text by people who have hearing loss. In terms of specific features, the Air Glass 2 enables speech inscriptions, weather reminders, timetable reminders, and walking and cycling navigation. The new glasses are meant to showcase OPPO’s technological research of its four Smart Initiatives and reveal brand-new possibilities in human-machine interaction.
Price & Availability
Although there are no specific reports about the pricing of the Air Glass 2, it can be expected to be somewhere around $750-$800 based on its previous version. The news of its global availability shall follow soon.