Recently, Goertek launched Link, its first smart bracelet reference design, which focuses on realizing XR device interaction. Users can control and interact with the device through the touch screen, buttons and simple gestures on the bracelet.
On March 17th, Xiaomi announced its patent application for "AR glasses payment methods, devices, AR glasses, media, and program products", as reported by IT Home.
TCL RayNeo, an AR glasses company incubated by TCL Electronics, announced on March 6 that it had successfully completed the first round of financing of over 100 million yuan ($14 million).
Xiaomi, a leading consumer electronics and smart manufacturing company in China, announced on February 27 its new Wireless AR Glass Discovery Edition at the Mobile World Congress 2023 (MWC 2023).
Nubia, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer well-known for its Redmagic series of gaming smartphones, announced its first AR smart glasses - Neovision Glass on February 17. The glasses will be unveiled at MWC Barcelona this year.
TCL RayNeo, an augmented reality startup, announced at CES 2023 its launch of the RayNeo X2 AR smart glasses that harness pioneering binocular full-color Micro-LED optical waveguide displays alongside an array of new interactive features.
Augmented reality glasses firm Nreal held a ceremony on December 30 to mark the production of its 100,000th pair of glasses, and to officially announce that it has become the first AR brand in the world to reach this milestone.
During the 2022 World Conference on VR Industry on November 12, He Gang, Chief Operating Officer of Huawei Consumer BG, unveiled Huawei's first smart eyewear product, the "Vision Glass."
On October 28, Shenzhen-based consumer-grade wireless AR glasses manufacturer INMO released its second generation AR glasses INMO Air2, a smart ring INMO Ring, and INMOVERSE, a metaverse application.
The popularity of consumer-facing smart glasses is on the rise in China. Since the beginning of this year, Nreal, Rokid, Thunderbird Innovation and a Xiaomi-affiliated firm have all released new products, including AR glasses and corresponding intelligent terminal equipment.
Chinese research firm Analysys released a report detailing the market share of AR glasses in China in the third quarter of this year, showing that Xiaomi's AR glasses ranking fourth with a market share of 8.5%.
Mi Camera Glasses, a product of Xiaomi’s Mijia ecosystem, announced over-the-air upgrades on September 10, providing support for new functions such as animal and plant identification.
On September 5, Chinese new energy vehicle company NIO announced that its NIO Air AR Glasses, which have been co-developed alongside AR startup Nreal, are now available on the firm's online store.
Chinese technology company Lenovo released AR smart glasses product Glasses T1, which is similar to a set of sunglasses and is aimed at mobile offices, gaming and watching movies.
On August 1, Beijing-based consumer electronics giant Xiaomi released a new glasses product named "Mi Glasses Camera."
Nandir, the former design director of Xiaomi, has become the social design leader for ByteDance-owned VR firm Pico.
A magnetic AR glasses patent applied for by a Beijing subsidiary of Xiaomi has been authorized on July 19, apparently marking further progress in the tech giant's metaverse layout.
British 5G operator EE will launch the Nreal Air smart glasses in the UK on May 20, marking the sixth overseas country in which Chinese AR glasses developer Nreal has entered.
Beijing-based tech startup Nreal announced Tuesday that it will soon launch in the UK its core product, the Nreal Air AR glasses, through an exclusive agreement with BT-owned mobile operator EE.
Chinese augmented reality (AR) smart glasses company Rokid has recently received round-C financing totaling 700 million yuan ($110 million) from undisclosed investors.