After the launch of the ThinkReality A6 augmented reality headset in 2019, it has recently been reported that Lenovo is developing the ThinkReality A3 headset internally, which looks more like smart glasses.

Lenovo is developing the next generation of ThinkReality smart glasses-askpower

Like ThinkReality A6, ThinkReality A3 can also be connected to a PC or any Motorola smartphone via a USB-C cable (using Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and higher series processors and DisplayPort functions).

Lenovo is developing the next generation of ThinkReality smart glasses-askpower

A3 provides a 1080P integrated stereo display, bringing users up to 5 virtual displays. An 8-megapixel RGB camera allows you to capture up to 1080p video for remote management use cases, while two fisheye cameras can achieve room-scale tracking technology. It uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 platform, and can customize an optional industrial frame to improve safety and durability.

Lenovo is developing the next generation of ThinkReality smart glasses-askpower

Lenovo is developing the next generation of ThinkReality smart glasses-askpower

This headset is powered by a large belt-type battery, which means that the user only needs to replace a fully charged second battery and it can last all day.