The new version costs $150 US - or $20 more than the prior version.
But let's be clear, despite all those changes and improvements to both the device and the production process, it still remains a device composed of just potential. When you press and hold the button, you'll be able to snap a photo.
Spectacles can record 10-second video snippets, which are created to approximate one's natural field of vision.
Snap says the new Spectacles can capture 70 videos on a single charge, and that the included charging case can recharge the glasses up to four times. Despite a ton of hype, a mass audience has not quite lusted after Snap's Spectacles.
If you've followed the story of Spectacles so far, you know that the first version proved to be a costly misstep for Snap Inc. An overabundance of inventory caused the company to write down almost $40 million in the third quarter.
Lastly, the new Spectacles are available in three new colours - onyx, ruby and sapphire. The case, which also doubles as a charger, is also splash proof.
The Spectacles are now water-resistant in shallow water as well. SNAP is reaching $14.54 during the last trading session, after decreased 6.97%.Snap Inc. has 46.88 million shares volume, 66.63% up from normal. The glasses are now smaller, making them more comfortable to wear and carry around. Moreover, users in the United States are able to order prescription Spectacles if they desire. Snap teamed up with a company called Lensabl to offer the ability to swap out regular lenses for prescription ones. This time, they can also take still photos - with a 1642 pixel resolution, 50% higher than the videos shot by the previous version - and they can shoot underwater.