Unannounced second generation Snapchat Spectacles passes through FCC

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The documents published today, and first spotted by Variety, describe a "wearable video camera" made by Snap Inc. with "Spectacles" branding and "Model 002" printed on the packing label.

Snapchat parent company Snap may be gearing up to release a new version of its Spectacle video sunglasses.

The company's dedication to the product underscores Snap CEO Evan Spiegel's emphasis on making hardware.

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Snap didn't immediately answer questions about the FCC filing nor a release date for the new Spectacles.

Snap is preparing a second version of its camera glasses, Spectacles, according to a regulatory filing with the FCC that was made public on Tuesday. Techradar reported that the second generation spectacles will support 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and come equipped with Bluetooth 4.2 which will enable faster file transfers. Cheddar's initial report claimed that Snap is planning two new versions of its wearables product. one of them would include minor tweaks and would hit the market sooner, while the other would include more significant advances and would become available further down the line. Reports indicate that there might be two versions of the spectacles and the basic version would cost anywhere around $200 with the advanced version costing above $300.

Perhaps we'll find out more about Spectacles v2 by then?