Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has today lifted the non-disclosure requirement on its Glass EE partners. Hopefully, more businesses will have the opportunity to participate. A large number of device users have been hoping that Google Glass will indeed be the next portable computer. That might soon come to pass considering the strong moves the manufacture has been making recently towards achieving that.
According to some reliable sources, some top experts have already tested the second iteration of Google Glass eventually deploying them across a wide array of factories situated in the U.S. The main difference between the enterprise version and the original Glass lies in the associated major upgrades. The advanced camera will impress a lot of users because its resolution has been upgraded from 5 megapixels to 8.
This new version will save users a lot of trouble considering its extended battery life. That means will be able to travel long distances without the need to keep recharging the system. It goes without saying that Wi-Fi and processor will make it easy for people to browse quickly and access the information they need. The associated red light is also a new feature and it automatically turns on whenever a user needs to make a video recording.
While speaking to a number of top news reporters recently, one of the top company executives said, “The electronics of Glass have also been made modular in the shape of a so-called Glass Pod. It can be detached and reattached to Glass-compatible frames, which can include things like safety goggles and prescription glasses.”
He added that the scale of the Glass EE rollout still remains rather insignificant. In fact, the sales have for long stood at hundreds with most of the top customers choosing Glass just for trial sake.
Jay Kothari, the Project lead during a recent board meeting outlined that it was wrong for anyone to think of the company’s move as a mere experiment. One would have been excused to think that a few months back. The company is currently engaging in full production with its partners and customers as well according to Theverge.