If you want to know what type of phone tech you’ll soon be stashing in your pocket, look no further than MWC, the world’s biggest mobile show. While Samsung has already announced this year’s flagship devices and Apple never bothers to attend, plenty of other industry players use the event to make major announcements. This year think 5G, foldable and futuristic. Here are five key announcements so far. Microsoft HoloLens 2 One of the most interesting announcements was from Microsoft who used the event to unveil its new augmented reality headset. The HoloLens 2 is the new version of the company’s three-year-old mixed-reality headset. It has better eye tracking, a larger field of view and better handtracking and is a lot more comfortable to wear. According to Microsoft’s Alex Kipman, “[It’s] like going from two 720p [resolution screens] to 2K resolution in each eye.” There are also voice controls, eye tracking and articulated hand tracking wiith pinched sliders and holographic objects that react to your touch or follow you around the room if you ask them to. The HoloLens 2 is very much aimed at construction, heallthcare, manufacturing, virtual meetings etc rather than your living room. Good job too…. Read full this story
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