Facebook leaks the design and specs of the Oculus Quest 2 VR headset in two videos

Facebook leaks the design and specs of the Oculus Quest 2 VR headset in two videos

Even before the announcement, Facebook accidentally shared two videos about the Oculus Quest 2. (Image: Facebook)

The Oculus Quest 2 VR headset should be officially announced at the Facebook Connect event on Wednesday, September 16.

Facebook has published two videos of Oculus Quest 2 on its Blueprint website-probably an oversight because the VR headset has not yet been officially released. These videos not only showcase the design and functionality of the headset but also their features.

The Oculus Quest 2, like its predecessor, is considered the world’s most advanced standalone VR headset. You don’t need a powerful computer to use it; instead, all the necessary hardware is directly in the headset.

Some impressive upgrades are as follows:

Oculus Quest 2 relies on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR-2, which is said to offer twice the processor and graphics performance of the first-generation Snapdragon 835, giving AI calculations eleven times faster video bandwidth. Has been quadrupled.

The Oculus Quest 2 VR headset is getting massive
The Oculus Quest 2 VR headset is getting massive hardware upgrades compared to its predecessor. (Image: Facebook)

In addition, the headset is equipped with 6 GB of RAM. Oculus Quest 2 VR headset display provides “almost” 2K resolution for each eye-equivalent to about 50% more pixels than its predecessor. At least one model will be equipped with 256 GB of flash memory.

There have also been improvements in comfort, that is, the headset has become smaller and lighter. Its fit is said to have improved, and people now think that the controller is more comfortable. The headset can be connected to a computer via Oculus Link. So that certain games and applications can be used with Oculus Rift.

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