Google has finally revealed the  specifications of  Google Glass Explorer Edition wearable tech as part of the  documentation process.

These  glasses  comes with a high resolution display that will give the same  effect of a 25-inch HD TV viewed from eight feet away. There are also 5-megapixel cameras on this gadget that can capture a 720p video.

The connectivity of this gadget can be through both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. They are compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled phones.

Another great feature is that the company even promotes the use of MyGlass companion app, that adds GPS and SMS messaging, for this you require a device operating Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher.

It comes with 16GB of storage, from which 12GB is available for the wearer. Audio is transferred through a bone conduction transducer. You can sync it with Google cloud storage so that you can store more online.

Google claims that the battery life of this phone will last for a day  regular use. However features, like Hangouts and video recording will drain it more quickly. There is a  micro USB cable and charger along with the glasses, however you’ll be able to use any one of the hundreds available in the market. There is just  one size of Google Glass and it adjusts to any face size or shape, however extra nosepads in multiple sizes are included.

It’s been said that the price of Explorer Edition of the glasses will be $1,500 (£975) and it will shipped in May. You can just wait for another month to get these cool gadget in your hands.

Google Glass’ Android companion app, MyGlass, has already released in Google Play. Anyone can easily download it on any android device operating on 4.0.3 or higher, however  there is no point, if you don’t have a pair of Google Glass tech specs. This information is already given along with the app. Therefore you can’t avoid t0 buy this specs.

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