Samsung's XR headset reportedly delayed up to six months due to Apple Vision Pro

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Samsung’s new Extended Reality (XR) headset that was expected to launch in February 2024 has been delayed by 3-6 months, reports SBS Biz.

The Korean publication claims that Samsung had initially planned to begin its XR headset’s mass production at the beginning of next year, but the Korean conglomerate decided to review all the specs and design of the XR headset due to the specifications of the Apple Vision Pro, pushing its launch further.

Samsung's XR headset reportedly delayed up to six months due to Apple Vision Pro

While Samsung has decided to reconsider the specs and design of its new XR headset, things aren’t going smoothly for Apple either since the Vision Pro is facing production issues, with Apple slashing its target of selling 1 million Vision Pro units during the first month of availability.

Apple is also reportedly planning a slow rollout of the Vision Pro, and it will be available for purchase by appointment only.

You can read our Apple Vision Pro’s announcement coverage to know more about it.

Source (in Korean)

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