Microsoft was already rumored to announce a new HoloLens headset at its Mobile World Congress event at Feb. 24. CEO Satya Nadella is scheduled to give the keynote along with Julia White, a corporate VP in charge of Microsoft Azure, and Kipman.
The original HoloLens AR headset was released in 2016 a stand-alone package, but has some technical limits. As well as eye-tracking. In November, Microsoft won a $ 480 million US Army with HoloLens headsets.
Microsoft spokesperson received "We have a lot of talk about at MWC 2019."