Titan Eye+ Smart Glasses Titan EyeX: Leading eyecare chain Titan Eye+ has launched its first smart glass Titan EyeX. The all-new Titan IX is equipped with audio, touch controls and fitness features. This smart glasses Titan EyeX is powered by Qualcomm processor and it can connect to both Android and iOS phones through an app. The company claims that Titan EyeX glasses can be used for many purposes, such as as sunglasses, spectacles or computer glasses.
The company also claims that these smart eyewear can deliver up to eight hours of battery life on a full charge. The Titan IX Smart Glass, priced at Rs. 9999, will be available for sale at all Titan Eye+ stores and Titan Eye+ official website. Titan is offering these smart glasses in a single color frame – Midnight Black. The Titan EyeX Smart Glass will have True-Wireless (TWS).
Features of Titan EyeX
According to the company, these smart glasses are equipped with Clear Voice Capture (CVC) technology, which provides clear voice quality with dynamic volume control. It adjusts the volume levels based on the surrounding noise. In this Bluetooth version 5.0 dynamic volume control has been given. The company claims that the Titan EyeX’s TWS feature makes it easy to use outdoors as the user can listen to music while being aware of the surroundings.
Voice calling support will be available in Titan EyeX. Meaning you will be able to receive voice calls from smart glasses. Also there will be a chance to reject the call. Apart from this, there will be an option to listen to music in smart glasses. Also, you will be able to click selfies in smart glasses. For this, touch control has been given in the left and right of the smart glass. Also, many other smart features have been supported. If glasses are lost, you can also track it.
The Titan EyeX also offers sound-based navigation through its open-ear speakers. Along with this, they also have fitness tracking features. It comes with a pedometer, which tracks daily steps, walking distance and calories burned. It has touch controls on both the left and right sides for receiving and rejecting calls, controlling music and clicking selfies.