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South Africa will be one of the first countries to get the new smart Huawei glasses



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Huawei Eyewear's new smart glasses are revealed on T

The new Huawei Eyewear smart glasses revealed on Tuesday in Paris, France. (James de Villiers, South Africa Business Insider)

  • South Africa will be one of the first countries to receive Huawei's new smart glasses.
  • The glasses will reach the country in July.
  • They will allow you to make calls and listen to music, and they will also give you access to a "virtual assistant".

South Africa will be one of the first countries to receive Huawei's new smart glasses.

Huawei Eyewear glasses, designed in partnership with Korean sunglasses designer Gentle Monster, were announced at the launch of the Huawei P30 smartphone in Paris on Tuesday.

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The glasses will allow weavers to make calls, listen to music and use a "virtual assistant".

South Africa is a priority market for Huawei, says Likun Zhao, vice president of Huawei consumer business in South Africa. After Samsung, Huawei is the cellphone brand that is best sold in South Africa.

Zhao told Business Insider South Africa that the glasses could be launched in South Africa before July.

“South Africa will be the first wave for the new technologies.”

(James de Villiers, South Africa Business Insider)

(James de Villiers, South Africa Business Insider)

During a presentation on the glasses, Hankook Kim, CEO of Gentle's Monster said, that other manufacturers are focusing too much on smart smart glasses technology.

“They designed glasses that nobody would wear,” said Kim as pictures of Google Glasses and Snap's Spectacles were displayed on the screen.

“We think smart glasses should look good too.” T

The antenna, the charging module, the dual microphone, the chip, the speaker and the battery of the glasses all have been included in the frame.

Unlike Google Glass, the Huawei smart glasses do not have cameras.

The spectacles are charged in a case (similar to Apple's AirPods), which avoids untidy cables.

De Villiers was a guest of Huawei in Paris.

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