The Taiwanese company, HTC has recently confirmed the official launch of Vive Focus, a very important market looking at the number of smartphone sector.
The new device is indeed focused on a small rising marking, but who knows what will be the future. The newest HTC device is very interesting, but its worldwide launch is not yet confirmed.
The HTC Vive Focus is a virtual reality kit that stands out for being completely independent and that can also work wirelessly, a very important detail since eliminating the wiring puts an end to one of the most important limitations faced by this type of solutions today.
At the level of specifications mounts an AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,880 x 1,600 pixels and has a refresh rate of 75 Hz, which means it has a higher resolution than the HTC Vive (2,160 x 1,200 pixels) although its refresh rate is lower since it reaches 90 Hz.
The engine core of this kit is a SoC Snapdragon 835 that has an eight-core CPU based on the Kryo 280 architecture and a powerful Adreno 540 GPU. It is a powerful silicon but the resolution of the HTC Vive Focus is so high that we are not clear to what extent it can offer a good experience of use with complex games.
Additionally, it has 6DoF tracking technology, Bluetooth wireless connectivity and WiFi AC, microSD card slot up to 2 TB, fast recharge, achieves a viewing angle of 110 degrees and promises a range of up to 3 hours of continuous use per charge Of battery.
The device has made to the market on December 12 with a price of 600 dollars, a quite high figure for such device. However, it has already started attracting customers from the world who are ready to buy it from China, and ready to import to their home country. The actual reviews are going to take some time, our first impression of the device is impressive. And it looks futuristic for sure. In comments let us know what do you think about this new HTC virtual reality kit.