I can’t imagine why anyone would miss Google Glass and I’m not a glass person, but there’s something incredibly addictive about the new smart eyewear.
I’ve been using them for years and there’s no denying that they’re one of the most useful smartwear devices of the future.
Google has been slowly working on a new smartwatch for years now, and the company has now announced that it will be releasing its own wearable, called the Google Glass, sometime in 2018.
What does it do?
Google Glass has been a bit of a mystery for years, with Google’s own marketing videos and YouTube videos only vaguely describing the device.
I was initially sceptical that Google Glass would actually make a big splash at all, but when I saw the first prototypes at CES 2017 I thought, “Wow, that’s not what I thought”.
The Google Glass is the Google-owned smartwatch Google unveiled a few years ago and it’s one of its most exciting wearable products yet.
Like most of the other smartwatches, Google Glass uses Google GlassOS, a version of Android that runs on Google’s new Nexus line of smartwands.
The Google Nexus line has been hugely successful and has helped bring about massive innovation in the smartwatch space.
The Nexus 9, the Google’s newest smartwatch, is the most expensive smartwatch on the market, but the Nexus 10, Google’s next-generation smartwatch and the most powerful Android Wear device on the planet, comes with Google Glass support.
The biggest difference between the Nexus 9 and the Nexus 11 is that the Nexus 12 will be the first Nexus device to have Google Glass functionality.
Google Glass will work just like you’d expect it to.
It’ll allow you to take selfies and video chats and share them with anyone you’re in a group with, and it’ll also be compatible with Google Assistant, Google Maps, and more.
It will also allow you take your phone with you wherever you go, though Google Glass won’t work with most smartphones.
How do I get one?
You’ll need a phone with Android Wear functionality, which Google announced earlier this year will be supported with the Nexus devices, though not the Nexus 7.
There’s also a $100 Google Glass+ version of the Nexus that has some minor upgrades.
The phone you need is called the Nexus 4, which costs $99.99 (AU$115.49) with Android Glass support and has Google Assistant.
The new Nexus devices have been delayed until early 2019, so you’ll need to wait for the Nexus 8 and the Pixel 2 XL.
Are there any downsides to using Google Glass instead of the iPhone?
There’s no major drawbacks to using Glass instead, but it’s important to remember that the devices are meant to be used by people who have a smartphone, and that’s a lot of people.
You’ll also have to pay a monthly subscription to Google’s Glass service, which is free until October 2019, though the company hasn’t announced exactly how much it’ll cost for new users.
It’s important, though, that you’re a Google Glass user to avoid any problems, as this will probably mean Google is keeping its own smartwatch business afloat.
Google isn’t the only one making smartwares.
Samsung has already made smartwalls, and Apple also has an existing smartwatch platform called the Apple Watch.
The most obvious difference between these two is that Apple has a proprietary smartwatch OS that requires Android Wear support, whereas Google’s is open-source and open to anyone who wants to modify it.
But you’ll still need a Google account to use Glass, and there are some limitations.
The Glass OS can’t work without a smartphone.
Google says it has an SDK for making phones that support Glass, but you’ll only be able to use it on a smartphone that has Android Wear and will have Bluetooth LE connectivity.
Glass will only work with Android phones that can connect to the internet using a Wi-Fi network.
You can’t run a Google search on Glass, because you’ll have to use your phone’s camera to do so.
I’m on the fence about Google Glass because it’s not yet a smartwatch.
It seems like Google would rather be using Glass to help people with physical disabilities than helping them to use their smartwears for everything else they need to do.
But the Google Watch, which was announced last year, is a very different product.
Its smartwatch app is open source, so anyone can modify it to suit their needs, and unlike the Nexus, it supports Google Assistant too.
I like Google Glass for its new features and because it looks awesome, but I’m wary of Google Glass’ future.