One of the most awaited devices after the Samsung Galaxy 4 is the Google Glass. After going through a round of rumors, Google has finally revealed its tech specs. The Android-powered wearable device that can be connected to the internet, which was developed under the Project Glass research and development project. According to Google’s technical specs, Glass includes a 5-megapixel camera and records video in 720p. There’s a bone conduction transducer to deliver audio, as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Glass holds 16GB of flash memory, can operate for a full day on a single battery charge, comes with a Micro USB cable and charger, and the tiny square display is termed as “the equivalent of a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away.” This revolutionary product is compatible with Any Bluetooth-capable phone, and the MyGlass companion app that enables GPS and SMS messaging requires Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher to function.
Google is slowly selling its first devices to people who have signed up in advance to buy them. The company has said it hopes to sell a less expensive and more polished version to consumers by the end of the year.
[Via – Huffingtonpost]