But that's not so important, because the frame family looks pretty good. The lack of cameras also means that some privacy concerns are somehow bypassed.
However, there is still a lot of technology in the frames that illustrates how easy these early renderings appear. You can answer calls by tapping on the arm of the glasses, with the arms containing directional microphones and speakers, as well as batteries that can be charged wirelessly via the companion case. Surprisingly, it has a pretty big 2.200mAh battery inside ̵
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