Lenovo’s standalone Daydream VR; Mirage has been certified by the FCC revealing some basic details like support for Daydream, Bluetooth 5.0 and a 4,000mAh battery. Above everything, the new listing indicates we’re close to experience what Daydream VR is like without the need for a smartphone.
The upcoming Lenovo VR headset comes with a model number of VR-1541F and also comes with a Daydream VR controller. HTC was the initial partner for the Daydream VR with Google, but the company decided to cancel the project with Google in the USA.
Though the Lenovo Daydream VR was expected to go official before the end of the year which is unlikely at the moment, it is expected to make an appearance at the CES show early next year and ship on a later date.
With competitive brands like Samsung, Huawei lining with their announcements for CES show, it is not unlikely that Lenovo will reveal a teaser, mention it or better yet announce it directly. As for pricing goes, though there is no key information or leak about the same, it is safe to assume that it might be priced steeper than the competition in order to stand as the cheapest option in the market.
Given the lack of competition in the VR market, it is a safe bet for Lenovo to take advantage and move out units in big numbers.