Google Glass users can now record extra video footage thanks to the tech giant's extra gigabyte of memory on the former 1GB capacity connected eyewear.
The company's change has annoyed existing Glass Explorers, however, who currently have the device's older model, and claim it's not as fast as the new 2GB upgrade, per info from a Glass product manager.
"Allow for more Glassware [apps] to run parallel and for each Glassware to start more quickly," said Steve Lee. "You'll notice the device generally feels a bit faster and more reliable."
The upgraded release that comes on the heels of Google's I/O annual developers' conference in San Francisco represents Google's latest work.
"With I/O about to kickoff, we wanted to share some of the most recent improvements we'll be rolling out," said the tech giant in a blog post.
"Throughout our open beta program, you can expect to see us make changes here and there," an associate added. "We won't be swapping devices, but you'll continue to see improvements with our software updates," a Google representative chimed in.
Glass can record video, browse the Internet, and even features games like live action tennis.
Google's music capabilities allow consumers to look for songs, review playlists, and hear tracks in good quality sound while the device is on their face.
Those who want to use the connected eyewear, which is currently still in the evaluation stages and available for developers only, must be at least 18 years old to use the device.
Google, which released the $1,500 in the United Kingdom Monday, are reportedly in discussions with the English Department of Transport to allow Glass owners to wear the device while driving. This would be a first for Glass, which U.S. authorities previously deemed unsafe to wear while behind the wheel. According to current U.S. law, it is illegal to wear Google Glass while driving a car in America.