Official-Looking Renders of Facebook and Ray-Ban Smart Glasses Surface Online Ahead of Launch

On September 9, Facebook and Ray-Ban may unveil their smart glasses. A new leak shows official-looking renders that give a glimpse into the upcoming wearable's rumored designs. The Facebook and Ray-Ban smart glasses could come in three different styles. The smart glasses have a camera sensor on each front-facing corner and a button on the right temple, according to the renderings. The leaks only reveal the box's design and contents. There has been no further word on the smart glasses' specifications.

On Twitter, well-known tipster Evan Blass shared some official-looking renders of Ray-Ban and Facebook's upcoming smart glasses. The smart glasses are depicted in three different styles: meteor, round, and wayfarer. Each design is also displayed with its box and contents. The wearable will include a charging cable, a case, and a pouch, as well as safety and warranty information and reference manual booklets.

The smart glasses renders are available in four colors: black, blue, brown, and green. Some of the smart glasses have "Ray-Ban P" etched on the right lens, indicating that polarized lenses may be included. Each wearable has two camera sensors, as previously stated (one on each front-facing corner). The sensors' specifications, on the other hand, are unknown at this time. On the right temple, there is also a button that is thought to be the shutter button.

Given the inclusion of a charging cable in the box, the smart glasses' battery and other connected tech could be housed inside the bulky frames, according to the renders. The smart glasses could be revealed later today, according to a microsite on Ray-website. Ban's

Andrew Bosworth, VP of Facebook Reality Labs, has also teased the smart glasses. He's posted a point-of-view video of himself and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The video, on the other hand, makes no mention of or shows the upcoming smart glasses.