Almost two years have passed since Google launched its new Google Glass edition - Google Glass, which the company calls a "new chapter" for the device. The company originally launched its Explorer Edition in 2013 targeting its early and developing endeavors, a stricter that I thought the product was dead and that now we will see the second generation Enterprise Edition ak Google Glass-Google Glass on its way to final stages of production.
Update from (March 6, 2019): Google Glass 2 underwent FCC testing at the end of last year, though we were now surprised to find that images were leaked, marking a launch near Google's announcement. Images obtained by the Brazilian Tecnoblog publication showed that the glasses are plugged into a USB-C connector that replaces the previous version of magnetic style pins, this tagging being consistent with the previously revealed FCC marks.
According to Geekbench, the new version contains Snapdragon 710, an integrated LTE modem, and support for Bluetooth 5.0 and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Contains allegedly 3GB of RAM, Android Oreo operating system, and a 32MP camera capable of running 4K video at 30FPS, or 1080P video at 120FPS.
We have included these pictures below the update. The original article announcing the FCC test of the device is listed below: