Google Glass 2: Design, Features And More [Rumor Roundup]

    It looks like Google has been working on Glass type technology, with a new patent popping up for an "Adjustable Display Mounting."

    Meanwhile, it has also been reported that Google is currently developing the second version of Google Glass under the name called Project Aura.

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    Luxottica, the company behind well-known brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley, has partnered up with the search engine giant roughly a year ago for designing frames for the headset.

    According to reports, Google Glass 2 is going to succeed where the original Glass failed, here are some of the features that are highly rumored. Have a look at the slider below to know more.

    Google Glass 2

    Google is aiming to make internal improvements in the Google Glass 2. It is rumored that Google will ditch Texas Instruments CPU and will power the Google Glass 2 with an Intel processor instead. Meanwhile, some reports suggest the Glass model, which is under development is using an Intel Atom processing chip.

    Google Glass 2

    There are two design for the next Google wearable, one with Glass 2 and there is also talk about the Glass at Work. The Glass at Work progarmme will be more of enterprise. While, the Glass 2 veriosn can clip on to users' own glasses.

    Google Glass 2

    This is the most obvious improvement needed in the Google Glass 2. Google touted that the Glass lasts for one day of typical use, but many users found that the device run our of juice after 4 to 6 hours. It is expected that the next wearable will come with a better battery life.

    Google Glass 2

    The first Google Glass is equipped with 5 megapixel camera and can record 720p video. However, rumor suggests that the Glass 2 might features an 8 megapixel and will have the ability to record 1080p video.

    Google Glass 2

    Unlike smartphones, which live in pockets, wearables are subject for more exposure. It would be great if the Google could fully waterproof the Glass 2.


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