Huawei's 2nd generation VR glass will be released before the year ends in 2021.9
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The 2nd generation Huawei VR Glass will be released shortly. In October of last year, Huawei released the VR Glass 6DOF Game Set with increased capabilities and 360-degree controllers, after the announcement of its first-ever VR glasses.
The business stated that its VR Glass will be available for purchase beginning in April 2021, but sadly that hasn't occurred yet. Last year's VR Glass cost Rs. 35,199.03. According to previous rumors, the virtual reality glasses weigh only 166 grammes and include a 26.6mm lens system which was a significant improvement over 2020 VR headsets.
Huawei VR glass 2nd generation
Huawei is rumoured to be preparing to unveil a new foldable phone as well as other goods before the end of the year. As a result, the corporation might be about to reveal its new VR headset at the next launch event. During last years event, Huawei offered us a first peek at the device's stunning appearance and revealed some of its important features. The business did not provide pricing information for the future VR headset. Given that the successor will include enhanced features and enhancements in a variety of areas, it is likely to be slightly more expensive.
DESIGN AND OTHER IMPORTANT FEATURES
The design of the Huawei VR Glass 2nd gen is similar to that of its predecessor. It includes two cameras at the top for improved tracking and comes with a set of Google Daydream-like controllers. It does, however, have three buttons instead of two and a joystick.
It has two 2.1-inch LCD panels with a combined resolution of 3200 x 1600 pixels and a refresh rate of up to 90Hz and was determined by the device to which it was attached. The VR glasses weighed only 166 grammes since they didn't have a built-in battery. Apart from that, it contained two diopter controls to alter the focus for persons who wore prescription glasses.
The Huawei VR glasses are also compatible with Huawei-branded smartphones and computers. The headgear might also get its power from an external source like a linked portable battery pack, computer, or smartphone. Furthermore, it may include a controller in the box. The date for the 2nd Gen Huawei VR Glass is unknown but will most likely be released before the end of the year.
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