Facebook and Ray-Ban are set to announce their smart glasses collaboration later today, September 9. as a result Spread Leaker Evan Blass loads of purported photos of the product range.
The glasses are called Ray Ban Stories, and other than the box, the Facebook brand doesn’t appear to appear anywhere within the product.
The leak’s images include three distinct frame styles – Wayfarer, Round and Meteor – all of which look very close to classic Ray-Ban designs.
The difference is that there are two cameras next to the hinges on both sides. There is also a button along the top of the right arm, which can be used to operate the cameras.
The company said last year that the glasses would launch in 2021. Zuckerberg confirmed in July that the glasses represent the company’s next launch of devices.
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Although a date was not announced at the time. But specify that the glasses have the iconic shape of Ray-Ban, And let you do some cool stuff. However, it does not have screens for augmented reality functionality. So we still don’t know what these things are.
Zuckerberg said the product is part of the company’s journey toward full augmented reality glasses in the future, and more advanced augmented reality glasses are also being worked on.
And these photos don’t show how or if the social media giant has gone beyond the capabilities of even early Snap glasses – other than making glasses that look like regular Ray Bans.
Published by Ray Ban promotional page It has a silhouette of a pair of glasses with the date 09.09 2021 and the text “Subscribe now to get notified of your release.”
The brand does not specify whether this is news about the edition or the edition itself. But Ray-Ban’s homepage promises this story you might want to follow, a supposed reference to Facebook Stories.
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