Google on Monday confirmed an refurbish is rolling out to Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus that adds support for Google Daydream VR headsets and apps. Google announced a refurbish in May during Google I/O.
Now upheld by one of a many renouned phones available, Google has ignored headsets to $59 from $79 until Aug 12. Google will be competing with Samsung’s possess Gear VR headset.
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Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus owners will need to download Virtual Reality Services and Daydream to take advantage of a platform. Google pronounced device owners might not now see a Daydream update, as it “will take time to finish rolling out”.
Currently supported Daydream VR phones embody a Huawei Mate 9 Pro, ZTE Axon 7, and Moto Z.
Daydream VR will be upheld by LG’s subsequent flagship smartphone, Google confirmed during I/O progressing this year. Google pronounced on a Daydream website it will also make a Asus ZenFone AR Daydream prepared in a nearby future.