Specs are a little thin, but the company says the glasses come with two micro-OLED displays, each with 58 pixels per degree. No word on the FOV for these, but they say that the lenses are electrochromic, and can switch between AR and blacked out VR modes.
Another interesting aspect mentioned in the press release is a self-developed silicon-oxygen anode battery that’s used to power the device. This newer battery technology has been used by the company with a few of it’s recent phone releases.
Ben Sin at XDA Developers got a chance to do a hands on review, so check that out if you want more info.