How do you make calls on audio glasses?

If you have ever used a Bluetooth headset, you know how annoying it can be. They’re often too loud or quiet, and the sound quality is not always great. Sometimes people's voices come through all robotic sounding. This is also true for earbuds and AirPods; they might be comfortable for a couple of minutes, but they can soon start causing discomfort and don’t feature the best microphones.

Then there’s the fact that you need to hold a phone up to your ear while talking on it, which can be uncomfortable after some time! So what if there was an easier way? What if there were glasses that allowed for hands-free calling on audio? 

Lucyd’s Bluetooth Lyte smart glasses allow you to answer calls, make calls, listen to music and podcast, and initiate voice assistance all through speakers embedded within the glasses arms. We’ll discuss how you can make calls on the glasses, the benefits, and the functionality of Bluetooth glasses. 

How do you make calls on audio glasses

Lyte Bluetooth glasses vs. holding a phone

It's not uncommon to see people walking around with their heads down, eyes glued to the screen of a phone. But what if we could do away with this and use something more interactive? 


Automatic Bluetooth connection

When it comes to using Bluetooth glasses, there’s no need to sacrifice using your phone. The glasses have high-quality functionality that allows you to use the essentials of a phone without holding up your device. In addition, Lucyd glasses with audio automatically power on once they’ve left the charging case and will instantly connect you to Bluetooth.


Touch control features

Put your phone away and let the glasses do the work for you. Each arm is fitted with touch control features that allow you to control the audio and functionality of the glasses. With the glasses connected to your cell phone, you can use the high-quality touch controls to skip/pause/play music and podcast and adjust the volume. The touch features also include the ability to activate voice assistance. 


Voice assistance

Voice assistance grants you the opportunity to browse the web, start and accept calls and check messages based on your voice commands. Those features are the go-to’s; however, voice assistance is a technology that will allow you to have a virtual assistant with you at all times. So whether you need directions, an Uber, food delivery services, or restaurant recommendations, you can rely on your glasses to assist.

To activate voice assistance with Lyte glasses, simply use the touch features found on the left arm of the glasses. 


Comfort and speed

Adjustable frames allow for optimal comfort when using the glasses. Based on your face shape and dimensions, you can ensure a comfortable fit that won’t fall off your face if you’re exercising or running around doing errands. 

Each range (Sport, Titanium, and Lyte) comes in various sizes to suit several different face shapes. If you’re not happy with your fit, you have a 7-day money-back guarantee that’ll allow you to test the fit. 

How do you make calls on audio glasses

Potential side effects to holding a phone 

Do you hold your phone all day? How about in the evening when it's time to relax and spend some quality time with your family? The truth is, we’re no longer using our phones just for calls; they’re used for watching series, reading the news, checking emails, browsing social media, taking notes, and so much more.

And often, we’re not just using our phones out of habit; nowadays, it’s not surprising to find out that 75% of Americans believe that they are addicted to their phones.

But haven’t you started to notice any side effects from this habit/addiction? You could be experiencing stress, neck pain, or even a headache. Other physical side effects of excessive cellphone use include a decrease in memory retention in adolescents. 

By using Bluetooth audio glasses, you reduce the need to rely on your phone for all of your day-to-day business. Instead, touch controls take do all the heavy lifting for you. 

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