We first saw the news on DVICE.
Even though Google has previously said it expects to release a fully-polished version of its computerized glasses by the end of the year, that no longer seems to be the case.
"There will be thousands of [Google Glass] in use by developers over the next months, and then based on their feedback, we'll make some product changes, and it's probably a year-ish away," Schmidt said in response to a question regarding when Glass will come out.
But Schmidt's sentiments actually fit right in line with what Google co-founder Sergey Brin said at Google I/O in 2012.
"These Explorer Editions I'd like to get out early next year," Brin told Bloomberg in 2012. "Within a year after that I want to have broad consumer offering."
More From Business Insider
- How Apple's Decision To Collect 30% Of Every iOS App Sale Could Lead To Its Downfall
- Here's What To Look For When Google Reports Q1 Earnings Later Today
- GLASS UNBOXED: This Is What You Get When You Buy Google's $1,500 Computerized Glasses
- Information Technology