After announcing it in July, HTC, now officially announced that the HTC’s Vive Focus Standalone VR headsets. The HTC’s Vive Focus is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip and uses inside-out positional tracking. HTC Vive Focus Standalone is the first standalone 6-degrees of freedom (6-DOF) VR headset, yet HTC isn’t saying correctly when it’ll be available.
The HTC’s Vive Focus Standalone VR Headset uses somewhat decent looking 3-degrees of freedom (3-DOF) controller with a parallel trackpad to the bigger Vive system. The earphones design is newer, taking nods from both PlayStation VR and HTC’s Vive Audio Band, and it appears in a bright blue shaded color.
The HTC Vive Focus doesn’t need any systems or smartphone device to gives you mesmerizing experience. HTC specified that the individuality from external hardware allows “limitless freedom of flexibility while decreasing the whole price” borne by end users.
HTC didn’t expose the stock and cost details of the Vive Focus Standalone VR Headset as of yet. Yet, the HTC Company made it perfect that there is no availability of Daydream version of the VR earpiece.
HTC has stated that the plans for the HTC Vive Focus Standalone VR Headset in China yet, and even they are not reveal anything about pricing or a release date. If you are waiting for the Vive branded standalone Google Daydream VR earphones, meanwhile, there’s bad news Google and HTC have canceled their ideas to transport it to the United States.