There’s no word on when Samsung’s next-generation VR headset will be released, but the company has silently revealed a new all-in-one prototype at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017 (MWCS 2017). According to a press release by the VR eye-tracking technology company Visual Camp, the new prototype is powered by an ExynosVR 3 series chip that supports Dual WQHD (Wide Quad HD) resolution at 90fps.
WQHD is a display resolution of 2560×1440 pixels in a 16:9 aspect ratio. Additionally the prototype is reported to support Single 4K resolution at 75fps. All-in-one VR headsets do not need to be connected to a smartphone or a computer, and provide a completely wireless VR experience, with its own processor and battery. Visual Camp also states that its technology can be applied to both smartphone-connected and all-in-one HMD devices.