We might see the first glimpses of the smartest Facebook and Ray-Ban smartphones on September 9th

Ray-Ban, on his website, has ridiculed future glasses made in partnership with Facebook. This teaser includes a banner with mirror signs and the date “09.09.2021”, which may be the date of the product’s announcement.

The ad also contains a registration form for users to receive a release notice.

In line with this, Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and his AR and VR VP, Andrew Bosworth, shared videos on their Facebook and Twitter accounts respectively, which may have been a joke about smart glasses.

The mocking videos feature a shotgun when the duo are on holiday and spending time outdoors. Andrew Bosworth’s tweet has an emoji with sunglasses in conjunction with the video.

Although little is known about smart mirrors, the September 9 event may be an announcement of some details and perhaps a date for the launch of the glasses.

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg had said smart glasses in partnership with Ray-Ban would be the company’s next launch. He did not disclose the timeline for the launch of the program.

As reported by The Verge, Zuckerberg talking about mirrors had said the glasses have a Ray-Ban shape, and allow you to do beautiful things.

We might see the first glimpses of the smartest Facebook and Ray-Ban smartphones

The glasses from RayBan are made in partnership with EssilorLuxottica. We will find out about the ‘clean stuff’ when more details are available on Thursday.

As per the report, smart mirrors will not include an integrated display and will not be classified as a real device that is unpopular with the taxpayers we see.

They may be controlled by a smartphone app. But if teaser videos from Zuckerberg and Bosworth are about the next launch, then smart glasses will have a point-of-view recording feature that will allow users to take a shot at their point of view.

More details about the name, launch date and its features will be known once the product has been announced by Facebook.

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