Sources said that Microsoft has been testing the future version of the HoloLens heads, and built-in ARM-based processors, which will help extend battery life. According to reports, Google is also building its own ARM-based processor-based augmented reality heads. HoloLens 2 will also include Microsoft's latest generation of Kinect sensors, as well as custom AI chips to improve performance. Microsoft also plans to announce the final listing date of HoloLens 2 in 2019, and the company is achieving this goal.
Microsoft's HoloLens 2 will also include a version of Windows 10 that is similar to the existing head-up, and is designed specifically for its mixed-use real-world use case. HoloLens 2 is part of Microsoft's smart hardware program, which also hasSurfaceHub 2 and a Surface brand notebook device (code named Andromeda).