Did Facebook just leak the Oculus Quest 2 VR headset

Oculus Quest 2 just got leaked by Facebook

Facebook has leaked the Oculus Quest 2 before the VR system's upcoming reveal. Facebook is using Qualcomm's dedicated VR chipset, the Qualcomm XR2 as compared to the Snapdragon 835 on the Oculus Quest.

According to the two trailers, linked above, the new headset will be more streamlined, smaller, and lighter than its predecessor, and there's a new touch strap that looks easy to adjust for comfort. However, it is expected that the Oculus Quest 2 will be announced at the Facebook Connect developer conference, which is slated to take place on September 16th, 2020. Although users of the business's existing headsets can utilize a different Oculus account till 2023, Facebook has actually stated future gadgets will need a Facebook login, despite whether you now have a different Oculus account. There will be over 50% more pixels in the screens than the Quest 1, at "almost 4K" or nearly 2K per eye. The documentation goes on to state that the Oculus Quest 2 headset will play all the original Oculus Quest games.

The Oculus Quest 2 looks set to be the very first headset Facebook will launch following its questionable choice to need Oculus users to have a Facebook account.

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The release date and price were not revealed, but there should be details on the official reveal schedule later on.

KitGuru Says: The Oculus Quest 2 is arriving quite soon and seems to be a bigger upgrade than initially anticipated. Also while the controllers have been improved, it is also possible to ditch the controllers entirely for some games, as the Quest 2 supports hand-tracking.

The Quest 2 should also work a lot better in standalone mode thanks to the stronger specs, as the original model tended to chug along for certain titles.

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