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MWC Barcelona: top 6 smart glasses that eliminate cell phones

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He Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ​​Spain, it has been the opportunity for a wide variety of brands to wear their smart glasses as an immersive proposal which allows them to use the glasses and not the cell phone.

In addition, the glasses are expected to be used for certain types of Metaverse as well, such as health.

Several of the prototypes point to the projection of content through the lenses to position objects in its interface, distribute information and control other remote devices with gestures.

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This is a list of the lenses that were shown in Spain.


The bet goes with the Oppo Air Glass 2 that weigh 38 grams and are very close to the conventional frame of glasses.

Through microprojectors, the user will be able to manage various options such as music playback, making calls, real-time translations, speech-to-text transcription, and more.

The projection of the content is given by means of a green interface, a style similar to that of the computers of the past, although the visualization field is deep.

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The company brought three devices. The first is NXTWEAR s, which are glasses to connect to the PC via USB and are used to enlarge the screen, do head tracking and display up to 10 monitors at the same time.

Also, they showed the RayNeo X2, a model focused on augmented reality (AR) and is accompanied by a ring to control the functions, without having to touch them. In addition, their screens are in color and not in white or green tones, as most devices of this type tend to be.

The third are the NXTWEAR v, focused on virtual reality (VR) with cameras that allow you to capture what is around you along with some controls to interact with the digital environment.

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Although the brand showed a device that has several functions for content management through augmented reality, one of the differential points is the possibility of being configured for people who have myopia or astigmatism.

The name of these glasses is Nubia Vision Glass and they have a Micro-OLED screen with 3,500 PPI, a binocular HD resolution of 1080P, maximum brightness of 1,800 nits and a 43-degree field of view.

In addition, they have dual omnidirectional speakers and an accessory to wear the glasses when it’s sunny.


Since the company moved away from the cell phone market, it has focused on this type of device. In it MWC He showed his HTC Vive with mixed reality, which allows you to enter virtual spaces, such as work meetings. These glasses will be on sale from the second half of 2023.

These glasses allow you to manage content through an augmented reality interface.

These glasses allow you to manage content through an augmented reality interface.


The presented glasses are called Xiaomi Wireless AR Smart Glass Discovery Edition and are wireless, which will give the user freedom of movement, since much of the focus is on the use of gestures to access its functions.

Through movements with the hands and fingers, the user will be able to interact with virtual objects to zoom, scroll and distribute them in their field of vision. For example, if someone is watching TV, they have the option to grab the panel and move it to another location to add other content.

Its lenses will have retina-level displays with technology that will darken content when the user is in brightly lit environments.


The company has two proposals. One is the Lenovo T1, which connects to a computer to play the monitor’s content on its two micro-OLED screens at 60 Hz.

They also showed a VR alternative called Lenovo ThinkReality, with 6 degrees of movement and spatial positioning controller support.

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