Microsoft teases HoloLens 2 release for later this month

Microsoft’s press event begins on February 24th

Microsoft has begun teasing what’s probably to be its HoloLens 2 launch at Mobile World Congress later this month. Alex Kipman, Microsoft’s technical fellow and HoloLens author, has published a 42-2nd video teaser for the company’s press occasion on February 24th. The video is very cryptic, but it does display what appears to be a processor and possibly some carbon fiber suggestions.

Microsoft is preserving its press event on February 24th at 5 PM CET (11 AM ET), and CEO Satya Nadella, technical fellow Alex Kipman, and CVP Julia White will attend. Microsoft has been operating on its next-generation HoloLens headset for a while now. Codenamed Sydney, the headset is anticipated to have a progressive discipline of view and be comfier to wear to a lighter frame.

Microsoft’s video teaser, which feels very much like the original Surface RT announcement video, could show the custom AI chip constructed for the HoloLens 2. Microsoft’s new headset is likewise set to encompass the organization’s modern-day era of the Kinect sensor. Microsoft is again predicted to exchange a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 ARM processor for the HoloLens 2 and deliver a custom version of Windows on the imminent headset. We’ll find out more at Microsoft’s press event later this month, and The Verge will be overlaying all of the present-day news stays from Barcelona.

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