Today, Thursday, Ray-Ban Stories is launched. I’m sure there’s a method to do it. According to reports, Facebook will officially introduce its new product, sunglasses created in conjunction with Ray-Ban, on September 9.
However, Evan Blass, known for having early access to information about similar events, kept his word and tweeted the official product photographs of the glasses hours before the scheduled presentation. Three models can be predicted based on these, although there is likely no difference in knowledge.
Furthermore, the photographs revealed that the sunglasses might record video, as they include a camera hole on their side, near the frame’s edge. And, given that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been using the product for days, we may have had a sense of the recording’s quality. He made many videos while doing so. Here’s a new one for you:
There isn’t even a preliminary estimate of the price of the glasses, but it’s safe to assume that the box also includes an eye-opening case and the charging wire.
Facebook has dubbed the device Ray-Ban Stories, implying that the photographs and videos captured with it can be shared on the social media site’s Stories area. But for the time being, it’s all supposition.