It is said that the former Apple AR viewer comes with the M1 chip and a panel with micro OLED technology, so as to openly challenge Samsung’s rival Hologram.
While supply chain sources say Apple is entering a second round of pre-production testing regarding its AR headset, a new report provides some details on the unit’s hardware.
Apple: the news on the production of the viewer
The big news is the alleged inclusion of the M1 processor in the device. The same report also supports previous reports that Apple’s headset will use micro OLED display.
Second ET News Korean, Samsung is now deciding the release date of its first wearable gadget. At the same time, the company would also have formed a task force focused on partnering with Microsoft to develop additional AR products.
“The metaverse device market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 80% and emerge as a new market after smartphones“An unnamed component company official told the publication. “The component and equipment industry is also risking everything to become a partner“.
Samsung’s AR viewer is said to use hologram technology. Developed over a long period by the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, this innovative article will be produced in collaboration with the US company DigiLens.
ET News says the Samsung headset will boast an Exynos processor and will use Google’s Android as its operating system. Microsoft’s headset, made with a Korean giant, will also use this hologram technology.
On the contrary, Apple will release its first AR / VR product at the end of 2022. Recently, however, it has been stated that the terminal is having small problems and difficulties that could translate its debut to 2023.
Along with Apple, Samsung, Microsoft and even Meta (formerly Facebook), it was recently reported that Google is also working on a mixed reality headset.