Earlier this year in March, during the launch event of Huawei P30 series, Huawei announces the partnership With Korean best fashion brand company “Gentle Monster” to design AR/VR glasses. These smart Huawei AR glasses will be stylish but look like normal sunglasses.
A few days ago on 14th August, Huawei Technologies applied for two trademarks at the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and at the UK IPO (Intellectual Property Office) for Huawei AR Glasses and Huawei VR Glasses.
Both these trademarks have been categorized under Class 9 applications which includes ‘smartglasses; smartwatches; smartphones; 3D spectacles; sunglasses; eyeglasses’. This will be the first smart glasses for Huawei. The applications have been submitted by Forresters from Munich, Germany. This is the same company that also filed a Trademark application for the names Huawei SuperSensing Camera and Cine Lens in this month. These two lenses will include in upcoming Huawei Mate 30 series. This Phone may launch in coming October.
Design And Models
According to Letsgodigital.org reports, it is expected that Huawei’s smart glasses will come in several models. Earlier this year, Huawei had already shared the details information about its AR glasses under development. The Huawei’s smart glasses will come with a built-in speech assistant. The user can also be able to make phone calls with the help of dual built-in microphone and speakers through this smart glasses. The glasses are also resistant to water and dust as it is IP67 certified. To maintain this slim frame of the glasses and to protect the privacy of the user, No camera integrated.
However, it will be interesting to see whether the Chinese company uses voice assistant from Google, or Huawei has plans to bring something of its own for its ambitious smart glasses project.
In addition, it must be possible to charge the AR / VR glasses wirelessly. OR also through the included leather case with USB Type-C connection. Power source for the Huawei smart glasses will be a large 2,200 mAh battery.
According to Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu, the company is working on a pair of augmented reality glasses since November 2018. And as of now, it’s possible that the company could launch the smart glasses at the upcoming IFA 2019, in Berlin, Germany on September 6th.