Since Google released their new Google Glasses eyewear to more user via their Google Glasses Explorer program more and more information is coming to light regards Google Glasses capabilities and specifications.
Now details have been released confining that Google Glasses will come supplied with GPS support and the ability to send text messages without the need for any companion applications.
The supported GPS within Google Glasses will be able to provide users with turn-by-turn directions. Currently on the Google Glasses Explorer editions users need to install both standalone GPS and messaging applications for this functionality. Tech crunch explains:
“While Glass will happily work with any iPhone over Bluetooth or use any Wi-Fi connection to get online, iPhone users are currently unable to get turn-by-turn directions through Glass – one of its killer features.”
To re-cap Google Glasses will be equipped with Bluetooth and Wifi 802.11b/g connectivity, and 12 GB of usable memory, synced with Google cloud storage, from a total of 16 GB Flash.
Google Glasses eyewear are also fitted with a high resolution display offering users the equivalent of viewing a 25 inch high definition screen from 8ft away. MyGlass the Google Glasses mobile app is now available to download from the Google Play Store for free, Google explains:
“MyGlass allows you to configure and manage your Google Glasses device. : If you don’t have Glass, then downloading this will be a waste of time. Sorry about that. But if you swipe the screenshots to the right you’ll see there’s a picture of a puppy in pajamas. So not a total waste of time after all.”
The camera on the new Google Glasses eyewear is a 5 megapixel and has been designed to capture 720p footage, with audio provided to the users using Bone Conduction Transducer technology, that sends the sounds to the inner ear through the bones of your skull.
When Google starts shipping their new Google Glasses eyewear it will come with a microUSB cable and charger, a pouch and an attachable shade and clear lens.
For more information on the new Google Glasses jump over to the Google website for details.
Source: Tech Crunch
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