Published: Fri, June 28, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

MWC 2019, Shanghai: Vivo AR Glasses with Jovi Assistant support announced

MWC 2019, Shanghai: Vivo AR Glasses with Jovi Assistant support announced

Aside from gaming and scene recognition, Vivo's AR glasses can also be used for productivity such as managing emails, using the phone as a track pad. The device will be available in Q3 launch 2019.

As reported by The Verge, Vivo hasn't revealed any details about the 5G smartphone yet and the phone is expected to launch in the third quarter this year. The same working model also applies to 5G Screen Mirroring and 5G EasyShare, reducing the usage of the phone's hardware resources for optimized performance, increase storage, and prolonged battery life. The phone is named Vivo iQoo 5G, whereas, the AR glasses are named Vivo AR Glass. It was connected to Vivo's 5G smartphone through a wire. The 5G smartphone will act as a remote control for the AR Glasses and will let users switch and select applications. Featured in Vivo's new 5G smartphone, The Super FlashCharge 120W utilizes a new charge pump technology with a deeply customizable Type-C cable and travel charger, realizing 120W ultra-high power charging (20V/6A). This wonderful technology, thanks to 120W (20V 6A) power, can fully charge a 4000mAh battery inside a smartphone in just 13 minutes.

As teased earlier, Vivo has unveiled its latest quick charging technology at MWC Shanghai. Well say for the 5G Cloud Game, it doesn't really run the app on the smartphone itself but on the cloud with the help of 5G connectivity. After connecting to a smartphone, a person wearing the AR glasses can function normally, play AR games, watch 3D high-definition videos, and perform various other functions including facial and object recognition.

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Like several AR glasses on the market right now, the lightweight pair will fool no one into thinking you're wearing a typical pair of specs. The Vivo AR Glass can also be used to identify people and objects inside a store when shopping.

Another thing that Vivo showed off is it's Super FlashCharge 120W technology that can charge a 4,000mAh battery from 0 to 50% in 5 minutes. It requires a dedicated travel adapter and a customised proprietary USB type-C charging cable now, presumably to handle all that voltage without generating excess heat.

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