A few months ago, during the presentation of the Huawei P30 series smartphones, the company also announced a partnership between Huawei and Gentle Monster, a Korean fashion brand.
Both companies worked to create the first smart glasses for Huawei. It is expected that the mentioned AR / VR smart glasses will be stylish and at first glance will look like ordinary sunglasses.
Now, the new trademark applications filed by the company hint that the device has passed the development process and everything is ready for opening at IFA 2019.
A couple of days ago, on August 14, Huawei Technologies applied for two trademarks to the EUIPO (Intellectual Property Office of the European Union) and IPO (Intellectual Property Office) of the United Kingdom under the names Huawei VR Glass and Huawei AR Glass.
Both applications were assigned to class 9 with a description that mentions smart glasses, smart watches, smartphones, 3D glasses and glasses. Applications for the same have been submitted by Forresters from Munich, Germany.
This is the same company that filed applications earlier this month for the names of the Huawei SuperSensing and Cine Lens cameras, both probably intended for the Huawei Mate 30 series phones, which are expected to launch around October.
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Earlier this year, the company shared details about its developed AR glasses, which will be the first to ship with the built-in Voice Assistant. Thanks to the built-in microphone and speakers, you can also make phone calls through smart glasses. The glasses have a degree of protection IP67, which makes them waterproof and dustproof.
In addition, they can also be charged via wireless charging, as well as through the included leather case with a USB Type-C connector. Huawei smart glasses will be equipped with a large 2200 mAh battery.
Although the company did not disclose the launch date for its smart glasses, there were reports that they will be released in July 2019. Since they are not yet official, it is possible that the company may launch them at the upcoming IFA 2019, which starts on September 6 in Berlin, Germany.
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