The Mirage Solo is a standalone VR headset running Google’s Daydream. WorldSense tracking technology makes it possible for users to be totally captivated in the virtual worlds and no need to connect smartphone to the headset. Two cameras on the front of the headset are used to track both head and body movements which were made possible by this technology.
Lenovo Mirage Solo comes with a 5.5-inch QHD LCD panel and powered by Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage for storing VR games and videos (microSD expansion is available to play your personal virtual reality files). There is a 4,000 mAh battery which Lenovo assured it will last users up to 7 hours – hoping its true will put a smile on the face of users. Probably, the device won’t be lacking dual mics and headphone jack. It also ships the standard Daydream controller as well to give the best controlling experience.
The interesting part of the news is Google WorldSense being supported by this device;
Lenovo is yet to come up with the final price for Mirage Solo, they say it will cost under $400. The company plans to launch the Mirage Solo in Q2 this year (April-June).