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Mixed reality, will Samsung’s first headset be seen at the Mobile World Congress?

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Mixed reality, will Samsung’s first headset be seen at the Mobile World Congress?

After Apple and Meta, Samsung could also enter in the market for mixed, virtual and augmented reality viewers: according to numerous rumors, the South Korean giant has created a new working group, called Immersive Teamprecisely with a focus on the creation of a new generation viewer.

At the beginning of last year, Samsung, Google and Qualcomm had formalized a partnership precisely for the possible implementation of projects relating to mixed reality: in particular, Samsung would have already employed 100 people in the initiative, so as to finalize the prototype and make it debut by the end of the year.

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With Qualcomm processor

According to rumors, “Samsung hopes to present its headsets in the second half of 2024, immediately after the generation of folding smartphones Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6”. So much so that something could already be seen at Mobile World Congress 2024 of Barcelona, ​​which starts on Monday 26 February.

The team dedicated to this would be made up of experts recruited from various departments, engineers and more, while the device will probably be equipped with due micro display da 1.03”produced by the eMagin company (owned by Samsung), with a Qualcomm processor Snapdragon XR2 Plus Gen 2 to handle high resolution graphics.

Il operating system instead, it should be a customized version of Android, built by Google specifically for mixed reality and integrated with the company’s broader ecosystem of phones, smartwatches, headsets, and more.

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In Samsung’s past there are already virtual reality products, the Gear VRwhich however required a smartphone to function and allow access to content in three dimensions

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