Google has finally released the tech specs for its Google Glasses after shipping its first batch to developers.
The glasses contain a five megapixel camera for photos, but films in 720p.
They contain 12 GB of usable memory that is synced with Google cloud storage and contains 16 GB of flash memory in total.
The glasses are supported by Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but not by 3G, Fox News reports.
According to the report, the glasses are compatible with any Bluetooth supported phone.
The MyGlass companion app, however, which enables GPS and SMS messaging, requires Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) to work.
Google has also released the API (Application Programming Interface) for its glasses so anyone can start to develop apps that work in conjunction with Google Glasses, the report added.