Legion VR700 headset appears in teaser with new Qualcomm platform

Legion VR700 headset appears in teaser with new Qualcomm platform

WellLenovophone, theY70, which (LPDDR5), and WellLenovo is drawing attention to the upcoming launch of your new powerful cell phone, theY70, which(LPDDR5), and phone, theY70, which(LPDDR5), and WellLenovo is drawing attention to the upcoming launch of your new powerful cell phone, theLegion Y70, which will arrive with the chipset Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, with a 50 MP main camera with OIS (1/1.5 inch) and which can record videos up to 8K at 30 fps, in addition to boasting a 6.67 inch AMOLED screen with a rate of 144 Hz, up to 16 GB of RAM (LPDDR5), and storage up to 512 GB (UFS 3.1). As well, August 18th will also see the announcement of another device in the line.

According to the official teaser published by the brand this Friday (12), in less than a week we will also have the Legion VR700 virtual reality headset, which also includes its own game controls and some technological highlights. Among them, the brand touts the presence of Qualcomm’s new platform focused on virtual reality, the Snapdragon XR2, as well as a 4K “Real RGB” panel, promising a high refresh rate, in addition to 6DoF head tracking technology.

The accessory, which has many similarities with the Oculus Quest 2 (which also works with the SD XR2), should also support iQUT 2.0, which should be a streaming solution integrated with iQiyi, a kind of Chinese Netflix, suggesting that the device will try to pierce the bubble in the games market.

The device also shows a return of the brand to the virtual reality sector, where it has not bet since mid-2019, after trying to innovate with devices based on the platforms. Both ended up not having great commercial success.

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