Samsung may launch virtual reality headset equipped with SoC Exynos 9
According to new rumors, Samsung is working on a virtual reality headset that does not need a smartphone.
The source notes that the headset will be equipped with the latest single-chip system Exynos 9, which includes a graphics processor Mali-G71 architecture Bifrost.
Earlier it was reported that Samsung is working on a competitor to the Microsoft HoloLens, which will be an advanced augmented reality device.
In addition, the source also reports that Samsung plans to use a line of single-chip systems Exynos in a variety of devices and industries. At the moment, Samsung has already signed a contract with Audi to use the Exynos SoC in multimedia systems of new cars.
A week ago it became known about the beginning of the production of 10-nanometer SoC Samsung Exynos Series 9 8895.