Inspection Authority publishes photos folding version business Google Glass




The US inspection agency FCC has published photos of a Google device that the next version of Glass will be. The sleigh cannula is in the new version foldable and has the power button on the back of the device.

It seems that Google glasses will announce later than first planned. The FCC approved the new version of Glass this summer well and when Google asked the agency to include to keep the photos secret for half a year. That period has now expired and the FCC has by convention pictures posted, so mocked 9to5Google.

The pictures show a device similar to the previous Explorer edition of Google Glass, but the housing is foldable like a regular glasses. In terms of hardware is on the test make the Glass wifi ac supports and thus can connect with Wi-Fi networks at 5GHz, something that is impossible with the Explorer edition. To load five pins are visible, wherein the charger is probably held in place with magnets.

The glasses would be an Enterprise Edition, which is intended only for use by businesses. It is unknown what applications they are, but it is to imagine that the seat comes in handy in professions where people will be able to see incoming messages without having to use their hands. The Explorer edition was under more used to stream hospital operations and thus be able to watch along with the physician without the need to hold a camera in hand.

Earlier rumors get the business version of the glasses with an Intel Atom soc. When Google can host the spectacles for the business market, is unknown. The glasses have the model number GG1. Google released the Explorer edition of Google in 2012 and stopped some time ago with the sale.

Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Google Glass Enterprise Edition


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