Samsung Galaxy Glass

Samsung Galaxy Glass is rumored to be the second wearable device from Korean giant Samsung since the launch of Galaxy Gear SmartWatch. It was leaked in a patent filing with Korean authorities. A design patent registered in October shows an electronic device in the form of Glasses. The Samsung Smart Glass has been categorised as a ‘sports glasses’. It will come with an integrated earphones to answer phone calls and listen to music during sports activities. The Samsung Smart Glass will be connected to a smartphone and displays alerts for information on the phone. It will be similar to Google’s first wearable device, Project Glass. Unlike Glass, it will be more focused on sporty aspect. The wearable technology is the future of smartphone industry. The Samsung Glass is expected to launch sometime during second half of 2014. Stay tuned for more updates or follow @harrym20 on Twitter.

Update : According to a new Korea Times report, Samsung is expected to launch Galaxy Glass by the end of Q3 of 2014. It will be launched alongside Galaxy Note 4 at IFA 2014 in September 2014. The Galaxy Glass will directly compete against Google Glass, which is expected to go on sale during second half of 2014.

Update : According to a new report, Samsung’s future wearable device will come with a camera based augmented reality keyboard that is projected on to fingers. The parts of your fingers are assigned to different keys and the thumb can be used as an input device. The projection will be carried out by the camera. It also tracks thumb movements and translate it into words based on the sections of the fingers you press. Samsung is expected to unveil Galaxy Glass during second half of 2014.


Update : According to a new report, Samsung is rumored to launch its first Smart Glass device, Galaxy Glass or Gear Glass at IFA 2014 in September.


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