Google Glass 2 hits FCC, formal announcement expected soon but launch might get delayed till 2019

by Simran Singh 0

Google Glass 2 Enterprise edition is all set to unveil here with a set of new features. It has appeared at FCC certification agency in the US. The new version for the Google Glasses aka. Google Glasses 2nd Gen. Enterprise Edition is all set to sail through the Global market by next year. It will bring upgraded features which will improve the overall usability of the Glasses. The new device bears a model number of A4R-GG2 and is certified by FCC in the US.

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Although, there are very minimal details and information that has revealed at FCC website. Rather than the model number we have successfully figured its design from detailed preset. It will have the same button and hinge mechanism allowing the device to fold, a power button on the backside, and a Glass logo. Along with the similar design aspects, there might be some specs improvements also. It will have a good processor, battery life and improved core features.

We expect its formal announcement from Google side very soon as FCC has approved it in the US. It’s predecessor, and Google Glass Enterprise edition carries dual band WiFi, audible speaker, an LED, Intel Atom CPU, 32 GB storage and a 780 mAh battery. Well, Google Glass 2 Enterprise Edition will come with considerable improvements to make space for some new features. Despite new additions, there won’t be any 4G support as expected but will get Bluetooth and WiFi options.

Well, we think Google Glass 2 Enterprise Edition might launch in 2019, and even folks at MySmartPrice believes that it won’t hit the shelves in 2018. The pricing and other availability details are not yet available, but we expect it to be available for $1500.

Additionally, the AR market is evolving, Cupertino giant is also preparing a similar AR Glasses. Facebook has even started the development for the AR-based products, and moreover, Huawei has also jumped into the development of a similar AR based product.

How many of you are waiting for the standard Google Glasses?

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