The smart glasses from Google are here to last, according to a new report.
A new report from Bloomberg suggests that Google is already building a new version of the glasses that is designed to last a lifetime.
Bloomberg’s report suggests that the glasses, which will be called Glass 2, will have a range of features and capabilities.
Google is also looking to add an NFC sensor for mobile payments, according the report.
Bloomberg says that Google Glass 2 will feature an upgraded display with a higher resolution and a wider viewing angle.
The glasses will also feature a “glass lens” that is thicker than the original version.
Google Glass is still the flagship product for Google.
The company sells $1,000 Google Glasses, which come in two sizes.
Google Glass 1 was the first device to launch in 2015.
The new report comes just a few weeks after the launch of a new generation of Google Glass.
The new version is expected to have a higher refresh rate than the old one.
Bloomberg says that the new Glass 2 is expected in September or October.