China-based nreal's AR glasses, unveiled at CES 2019, are based on Sony's FHD 0.7" OLED microdisplays (ECX335AF-7) to provide high quality 52-degree FOV images in a relatively small and normal-looking frame that weighs just 85 grams.

Nreal AR glasses photo

The AR glasses require a cable to a processor box that also connects magnetically to a round motion controller. The processor is based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and other features of the AR glasses include 360-degree sound, built-microphones and sensors that provide six degrees of freedom.

nreal's glasses will ship, according to the company's plan anyway, by Q3 2019 for around $1,000.

OLED type: 

0.7" FHD OLED Microdisplays



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