Google has let loose a small teaser about the upcoming Google Glass update, and it looks to be a great one. For starters, the platform version is moving to KitKat, and away from the current Android 4.0.3 builds. This will bring better battery life, makes things easier to update, and open up a lot of new SDK features for developers. But that's not all we'll be seeing.

Other new goodies include:

  • Photo bundles — Your pictures will be sorted as bundles, making them much easier to navigate through.
  • Photo replies in Hangouts – You'll be able to send images through Hangouts, as well as receive them.
  • Sending feedback – Sending feedback will be easier than ever, with a dedicated card in the device settings.
  • Voice command sorting – Voice commands are now sorted by recency and frequency. This will make it easier to find what you're looking for, when you need it.
  • Video calls will be removed – Google feels that video calls aren't living up to their standards, and they will be removed for the time being.

They also say there will be even more. We're keeping a close eye on this one, and we'll share as soon as we know.

Source: +Google Glass