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The collaboration between Ray-Ban and Meta has ushered in a new era of smart glasses, blending iconic style with cutting-edge technology. Here’s a comprehensive overview of what you can expect from Paulina having a chance to try them for a Month!

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Ray-Ban and Meta Smart Glasses: A Revolutionary Fusion

The collaboration between Ray-Ban and Meta has ushered in a new era of smart glasses, blending iconic style with cutting-edge technology. As you prepare to embark on your journey with these glasses, here’s a comprehensive overview of what you can

Ray-Ban | Meta Glasses


An icon of style from Hollywood to hip-hop, the Wayfarer never stands still. Embraced by the next generation of culture makers, its journey continues with AI-enhanced wearable tech. Listen, call, capture and livestream features are seamlessly integrated within the classic frame.

Specs & Info

  • Camera: The glasses are equipped with an improved 12 MP camera, allowing users to capture what they see exactly how they perceive it. Additionally, the ultra-wide 12-megapixel lens ensures panoramic, high-quality photos and videos.
  • Audio: The new five-mic array provides an immersive audio experience, ensuring audio-rich videos. The enhanced open-ear audio allows users to listen to music and calls without feeling disconnected from their surroundings. Superior speakers offer extended bass, higher maximum volume, and clearer call clarity. The discreet directional sound ensures that whatever you’re listening to remains private.
  • Livestreaming: Users can now livestream directly to platforms like Instagram and Facebook, sharing their unique perspective. The dual perspective feature allows seamless switching between the glasses and phone cameras.
  • Controls: The glasses come with voice command capabilities, allowing a range of hands-free possibilities. The touch control feature offers a hyper-responsive touchpad and capture button for ease of use.
  • Battery: The glasses promise up to 36 hours of use with a fully charged case. A 50% charge can be achieved in just 20 minutes.
  • Storage: The glasses offer 32 GB of storage, accommodating 100+ videos (30s) and 500+ photos.
  • Connectivity: The glasses support WiFi6 and Bluetooth 5.3.
  • Water Resistance: IPX4 rating.


  • Lightweight and Stylish: The glasses are designed to be both fashionable and comfortable, making them suitable for all-day wear.
  • Hands-Free Photo and Video Capture: Users can take photos and videos without using their hands, offering a unique first-person perspective.
  • Good Camera Quality: The glasses come equipped with a 12MP camera that produces high-quality photos and HD+ videos.
  • Live-Streaming Capability: The glasses support live streaming to social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook, providing a unique way for influencers and users to share their experiences.
  • Impressive Audio: The glasses have good speaker quality and an impressive five-mic array, ensuring clear audio during calls and recordings.


  • No Display: Unlike some other smart glasses, the Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses do not have a screen or display.
  • Requires Facebook Account: To use most of the features, a Facebook account is necessary.
  • 1-Second Shutter Lag: There’s a slight delay when activating the camera, which might cause users to miss spontaneous moments.
  • Battery Life: While the glasses come with a charging case that extends battery life up to 36 hours, the actual glasses have a rated four-hour battery life, which might be limiting for some users. Keep your case around for quick charges.
  • Lack of Noise Cancellation: The glasses don’t have noise cancellation, so they might not be ideal in noisy environments however through windy situations friends and family were able to hear me quite perfectly.
  • Limited Augmented Reality Features: The glasses currently lack some advanced AR features, though some are planned for future updates.

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