Huawei may release its own Vision virtual reality headset, which will compete with Apple in this segment. About this on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo said former Meizu marketing director Li Nan – according to his information, the device could be released as early as this year.
The headset may be called Huawei Vision or Vision Pro – the Chinese electronics giant registered this trademark in China back in 2019. It covers several products, including smart TVs and glasses. Because of this, Apple may be forced to rename it when introducing its Vision Pro to the Chinese market.
There is also some information about the technical characteristics of Huawei Vision Pro – it will receive Sony MicroOLED displays with 4K resolution and a lag-free gesture control system; The device will be powered by Huawei’s own processor. There will be no external display similar to EyeSight, due to which the weight of the Chinese headset will be 350 g – almost half that of the Apple Vision Pro; the price will be 15 thousand yuan ($2070), that is, almost half the price of the American spatial computer, which, due to EyeSight, weighs 600 g.
Mr. Li did not say when Huawei Vision Pro will be released. But he noted that Sony will need about six months to prepare the display and send it to the manufacturer, meaning an official announcement can be expected by the end of the year. Huawei now offers Vision Glass virtual monitor. It is equipped with a pair of MicroOLED displays with a diagonal of 0.49 inches and a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels each.