It’s no secret that Lenovo has been developing a standalone Daydream virtual reality headset and it appears that the company might unveil it soon. The Lenovo Daydream VR headset has now been spotted at the FCC. The certification by this regulatory body is often taken as an indication of an impending launch. With a big trade show around the corner, it’s highly likely that this device may be launched in the near future.
The FCC filing for a Mirage Solo headset with Daydream has been spotted. It doesn’t reveal a lot of details about this Lenovo device except that it will have a 4,000mAh battery and Bluetooth 5.0 support.
Lenovo is yet to confirm when it’s going to launch this much-awaited virtual reality headset. The company hasn’t said anything about the headset’s launch at this point in time.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2018 is going to take place in about a week or so in Las Vegas. It’s the biggest tech convention of the year and it would make sense for Lenovo to unveil the handset there.
Even if it’s unveiled at CES 2018, it remains to be seen when Lenovo will actually start shipping the headset. Hopefully, it won’t be a repeat of the release of Lenovo’s Windows Mixed Reality headset. That product was unveiled at CES 2017 back in January but wasn’t shipped until October.