New Google Glass Version, Called 'GG1' Might Be Already in Works
A new version of Google Glass might be already in works, according to reports.
Tech blog Droid Life recently spotted an unidentified Google product with the FCC ID A4R-GG1 in the US Federal Communications Commission database. The 'GG1' portion of the FCC ID has led to speculations that the device in question is apparently a new version of Google Glass eyewear.
The report by Droid Life added that the anonymous gadget codenamed A4R-GG1 was logged by the FCC - which tests electronic devices to ensure they are safe for human use - this week.
Details of the A4R-GG1 are not yet available but report underscored that the device was neither categorized as a tablet nor as a smartphone.
Among other specs, the devices features support for 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi in 2.4GHz as well as 5GHz flavors. In addition, it is also equipped with Bluetooth LE, and an inbuilt rechargeable battery. It also supports a USB cable that can be connected to a PC for charging and data transfer.