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Huawei VR Glass launched in China, priced at 2,999 yuan ($420)

As we slowly and steady move into the era of 5G, it seems that Chinese tech giant Huawei is leaving no stones unturned to be one of the key players of this era. Yesterday, Huawei launched Huawei VR Glass at a conference in China alongside Mate 30 series and Huawei Smart Screen.

According to Huawei, this new Huawei VR glasses will offer a lighter VR experience to its users. It weighs 166 g only. The Huawei developed smart lass is not only lightweight, but it also comes with a thin design. The VR Glasses comes in black color only.

Huawei VR Glass launched in China, priced at 2,999 yuan ($420)
Huawei VR Glass

This smart glass achieved its small size and look under the condition of ensuring a large field of view. In general, traditional VR heads are large and heavyweight which is a burden from the point of view of a user. Huawei VR Glass is based on the concept of sci-fi goggles. The fuselage is 26.6 mm thick.

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As far as display is concerned, Huawei VR Glass can support a maximum resolution of 2K 3200 x 1600 pixels along with a density of 1058 PPI.

The surface of the Huawei VR Glass uses optical coating technology to enhance the surface metallic luster. Huawei disclosed that this mirror material has been shortlisted from the flagship nano texture processing technology.

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Huawei VR Glass launched in China, priced at 2,999 yuan ($420)
Huawei VR Glasses

It should be noted just a few months ago, back in March, Huawei had launched a handful of products like wireless earbuds, smart glass and smartwatch and within just 6 months, Huawei has come with a new age technology!

Huawei VR Glasses comes with a double speaker configuration. The device is composed of an elastic and magnetic body designed to fit ergonomically. It comes with Smart PA support.

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About the pricing and availability, the Huawei VR Glass will be available for purchase in China from December onwards. It is priced at the rate of 2999 yuan. To learn more about the product, visit the official page.

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