Google has equipped Glass with a 640 x 360 display, which is “equivalent of a 25-inch high-definition screen from eight feet away.” Glass’ onboard storage totals to 16GB out of which 12 GB is usable and users will be able to sync their Glass with Google Drive. Google has put in audio support by using a bone conduction transducer. Users will be able to capture 720p videos thanks to the onboard 5MP camera.
In terms of connectivity Google has included a microUSB port, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth. There were questions on how long with the wearable gadget last on a single charge and it seems that Google has ensured that the Glass does last for a whole day with a single charge. No further details regarding the battery have been made available.
Google Glass is compatible with Bluetooth-capable Android smartphones that run 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher provided they have the MyGlass companion app installed.
Earlier in March Google flaunted its prescription version of Google Glass enabling even those users to use Glass who needed corrective lens for better visio.
For full specifications visit Google Glass Help page.