Two weeks ago, CNET revealed that Apple is working on a standalone wireless headset capable of both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), using Apple’s very own chips — so no need to plug into a traditional PC or phone.

Well, it looks like Samsung may have a similar idea brewing in its labs: The Korea Times reports that Apple’s rival also has “a powerful cordless headset that supports both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR),” one that would also use Samsung’s own processors and OLED screens.

(Samsung has a near-monopoly on phone and headset-size OLED panels — even Apple uses the screens in its premium iPhone X.)

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