For those who have just purchased a Google Glass calm yourself first, Google has just announced that soon it will be shipping an upgraded version of the glass with 2GB of RAM that was aimed to improve its performance which currently has a 1GB built-in memory.
Now for those early adopters they are unhappy with this Google’s decision to ship an upgraded version since they have just jump in the wagon. And the company said in a statement that they didn’t plan for device upgrade for existing users and will just stick to its policy of replacement for broken or defective Google Glass. The company now expecting bulk of defective devices just to have free upgrades to 2GB.
Last May, Google launched its Explorer Program making its glass available to anyone above 18 years old in the U.S. for starting price of $1,500. The availability was also extended to the UK shortly for the same terms but with purchase price of £1,000 or roughly US$1,700 when converted.
The Google Glass software and hardware has been upgraded so you can expect improvements on its performance where now you can easily shoot photos for example in the device.
For those early adopters, let us know how do you feel and how you plan to upgrade your Google Glass?