With a Snapdragon 835, HTC has its first Vive Headset, which runs without a PC. However, only for the Chinese market, according to the statement of HTC VR just exploded. Really exact details about the headset are also missing.
If you look at a small picture on the Chinese website, but the Vive Standalone seems to come with a remote control, which strongly reminds of Google’s Daydream. And since we are wondering if this might even be just a second version of the Daydream Standalone, which HTC had announced for this year, or whether this really appears as a completely own model, the Chinese version, probably only HTC’s Viveport For software, just stunningly similar.
Qualcomm is certainly involved in the development of both standalone versions. A renouncement of Daydream in China could also easily and simply with a less large spread of the play store on Android in China to do.