Facebook has the developer conference on the 16th with Connect, but two videos showing off the Oculus Quest 2 have appeared early.
The two product videos were published on the Facebook Blueprint site and then removed after the public noticed.
They reveal a new headset, with nearly 2K video support, a soft headband and no need for even a PC. You can explore Facebook’s VR collection, including watching Netflix, with just a smartphone app and the device.
The Oculus Quest 2 headset is pretty meaty though, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor, 6GB RAM, nearly 2K resolution per eye (more than 50% more pixels than the first Oculus Quest, 3D positional audio, new controller designs and an optional 256GB of built-in storage.
The second video also reveals that hand tracking, without the held controllers, is possible.
We’ll likely hear more about the device during Facebook Connect.
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