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Lenovo Glasses T1: New AR headset with micro-OLED leaked

With the Lenovo Glasses T1, the manufacturer is apparently preparing a new pair of AR glasses that is supposed to rely on micro OLED technology and even be compatible with iOS devices. This emerges from a new leak.

Lenovo Glasses T1 in detail

The usually reliable leaker SnoopyTech got hold of information about the Lenovo Glasses T1 augmented reality glasses, which at least textually correspond to an official press release. Nevertheless, the leak, which the user shared on Twitter, should of course be taken with a grain of salt.

Besides a first picture, the texts provide first details about the AR glasses, but the information does not provide technical data so far. According to this, the Lenovo Glasses T1 is supposed to highlight a new “wearable display” that is suitable for consuming media on the go.

Lenovo talks about compatibility with many modern smartphones, tablets and laptops thanks to USB-C connectivity, while the T1 Glasses are supposed to offer “outstanding image quality” and a particularly long battery life. At the same time, the AR glasses are said to score with a high level of wearing comfort due to their lightweight design.

Lenovo Glasses T1
Photo: SnoopyTech via Twitter

In addition to the gaming and media features, the glasses are said to be suitable for hybrid work, for example, by displaying confidential documents directly in front of the user’s eyes and thus not publicly viewable on the smartphone, tablet or laptop display.

iOS compatibility

However, Lenovo Glasses T1 are said to work not only with Windows, Android or macOS devices, but even with iOS devices. This is possible thanks to a Lightning connector, which is offered as an optional adapter.

Technically, the AR glasses apparently rely on a micro-OLED technology that is supposed to offer a particularly high contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Thanks to the efficient technology, the Glasses T1 are supposed to allow video streaming or playing games for several hours without draining the battery of the connected devices.

The leak does not mention details about the release or the prices, but an official announcement from the manufacturer should probably not be too long in coming.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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