Google Glass 2 make Android available for Enterprise

Google hardware products sector is much specific than software as they rarely get positioned in the market.


Today. Alphabet's X moonshot factory joined Google for launching Glass version 2 which has been under construction since 2016-17 and also it is more specifically an Enterprise edition.

The Glass V2 comes at $999 for industrial customers especially workers. Unlike HoloLens from Microsoft which is more for all kinds of customers, Glass V2 is made to find a place in business sectors.

The Glass V2 performs on Android and comes with Android Enterprise Mobile Device Management support, which will make it easier for businesses to manage their Glass 2 devices. And since it’s based on Android, companies will also be able to integrate their services much quicker than before. Thus Android will get a sneak into the enterprise side of things.

The design of the device is much similar to Glass V1, but the new device packs a “significantly more powerful” multi-core CPU, as well as an integrated AI engine, that allows for power savings, improved performance, support for computer vision, and advanced machine learning capabilities as
it is now built on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR1 platform.

The new Glass 2 features improved camera performance and quality as well, and a USB-C port with fast charging support. The device also comes with increased overall battery life, according to Google.

Google is also partnering with Smith Optics to make compatible safety frames for different types of demanding work environments that work with the new Glass 2.

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