Glasses work paired with the iPhone or Android phones, and allow you to send text messages, connect to web and for image display use a small wide-screen 16:9 WQVGA screen. Of course, they integrated high-definition cameras, and have not forgotten the headset. As for connectivity, there are Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0 (Bluetooth Smart), Apple MFI Bluetooth support, GPS, MEMS GPS, ANT, support for connecting up to 8 ANT peripherals , micro USB, and the charging system.
Basically, according to all this it is clear that Recon Jet contains everything exactly as the Google Glass should, so the only issue is whether there is a sufficient number of developers who develop applications for them, which is really the only advantage Google at the moment. Sales of these glasses start on 21st of July this year, and they are already taking preorders at their website, through which you can order your product at a price of $499.
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