Xiaomi Mijia Glasses with 50 megapixel camera introduced, features are unmatched like this
Xiaomi Mijia Glasses has been launched by the Chinese company. The glasses are listed on the XiaomiYouPin website and will be open for crowdfunding from August 3. Information about the specifications of the glasses has been received. The Mijia glasses reportedly feature a 50-megapixel quad-bayer four-in-one wide angle camera and an 8-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with split optical image stabilization (OIS). The weight of Meijia is said to be around 100 grams. According to the report, the Mijia glasses offer 5x optical zoom and 15x hybrid zoom.Xiaomi’s Mijia glasses have been listed for crowdfunding on the XiaomiYouPin website. Glasses will be available for crowdfunding from August 3. Eligible customers can reserve for Xiaomi Mijia Glasses directly from the website. The listing does not mention the price and features of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses.
Expected Price of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses
According to a report by Sparrownews, the price of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera is CNY 2,699 i.e. around Rs 31,500. The Glass Camera will reportedly be available for CNY 2,499 i.e. around Rs 29,200 for the crowdfunding period. It is worth noting that we are not clear about the pricing at the moment.
Expected Specifications of Xiaomi Mijia Glasses Camera
Talking about the specifications, Xiaomi Mijia Glasses will have a 50-megapixel quad-bayer four-in-one wide angle camera and an 8-megapixel periscope telephoto camera. It is said that the camera is equipped with Split OIS feature. It is said to offer 5x optical zoom and 16x hybrid zoom. It is said that the wearer records real time video. It reportedly supports backtracking function and second level rush capture. The report states that the backtracking function can retain image content for up to 10 seconds before the shutter is pressed.
As per the report, Xiaomi Mijia Glasses can connect to the smartphone and import images faster. It is said to have a built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 8-core independent computing platform. Reports suggest that these are also Augmented Reality (AR) glasses. Mijia glasses can reportedly translate between English and Chinese. More features are expected to come with OTA updates in the future.