Google confirmed that this smart Camera Wireless Google Clips is not a camera control, which makes it work without any Internet connection.
In the month of October last year, Google officially announced during a press event on a small camera stand-alone allow the Clips are able to capture photos and videos, Google explained that this camera is smarter depending on the use and techniques of machine learning and visual processing to auto-detect the scenes in front of her and then capture a photo or short video clips automatically in the case of this scene was worth celebrating.
It seems that the launch of the camera that have not yet to have become imminent, and after that appeared a file with the identification number G015A, which is the same as the name displayed within the product images that are posted by Google, in a database FCC FCC this week.
This file does not reveal anything new, as it is understood that the camera support connect to a wireless network Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along with the included rechargeable battery via USB Port-C, which provides 3 hours of usage, along with 16 GB of internal storage space, allowing for quick file transfers to the phone via Wi-Fi Direct.
Speaking of other possibilities this camera is capable of improving the accuracy of automatic selection of scenes captured through manual training by the user by pressing the shutter button.
It is also able to capture a series of images with a resolution of 12 megapixel at a rate of 15 frames per second through the lens as soon as you see 130 degrees.
It is likely to expect this camera, which does not pick up any sound and focus on the photos and video clips short and viewed as suitable for all Gopro cameras, for sale at any time after its visit to the FCC, at a cost of up to 249 USD.
Source: Google may launch smart camera Google Clips soon