Each additional frame will cost $49.99 each, and the selection of frames include polarised, blue-light filtering and prescription lenses. However, you’ll be able to pick a frame of your choice when your buy the Soundcore Frames.
Similar to many audio glasses, the Soundcore Frames will also have noise leakage when the volume is slightly higher — each temple will come with two speakers.
You can either touch or use voice-based controls with these glasses, and they come with an IPX4 rating.
The Soundcore Frames promises 5.5 hours of music playback, and a 10-minute charge will offer extra 90 minutes of battery life.
If you’re unsure whether you want to get these glasses, you can even try them on virtually via Soundcore app which can be downloaded on both iOS and Android devices.
The Soundcore Frames will be launching in November and will be available on Anker’s website, Amazon and Best Buy, but there’s no announcement on its Malaysian availability yet.