Facebook introduced intelligent dual-camera sunglasses with speakers and a touch panel

In collaboration with EssilorLuxottica, Facebook entered the smart glasses market with a sun protection model called Ray-Ban Stories. The glasses have one of the thinnest frames among these devices, two 5-megapixel cameras for taking photos and videos, and built-in speakers for music and calls. The glasses must be connected to an iOS or Android device for full functionality, but they can still be used without it.

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