Tencent made smart glasses that look like Snap Spectacles

[19459004 by Tencent, China's largest technology company, created video recording sunglasses that look a bit like Snap's Spectacles. Weishi smart glasses have cameras on the front like glasses, so you can record videos.

Snap 's Spectacles did not sell well. One generation sold US $ 20 million. Unlike the first generation glasses, the Weishi glasses do not highlight the camera with an ugly yellow ring. Instead, they are all black and have subtle cat eyes and are like second generation glasses.

Tencent's Weishi glasses, which means Mandarin's "micro-show", is pushing the company has the same name as a video app similar to Vine. Tencent's Weishi currently dominates the Chinese short video market and lags behind TikTok (formerly Musical.ly), which has been a tremendous global success. The idea of ​​launching glasses is likely to record a short video that users upload to Weishi to increase the popularity of the platform.

Tencent remains Snap's largest investor at present and the company's stock is 17%. Chinese big companies are most famous for their WeChat app, which doubles as messaging and payment application, but they are making several investments. In the video game industry, Tencent fully owns Riot Games, which makes games League of Legends .

Weishi glasses will be available on November 11th, Singles Day in Alibaba, more sales agencies than Black Friday or Cyber ​​Monday last year.

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