Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+Now Support Daydream View VR

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Samsung Gear VRGoogle’s headset currently costs half as much as a Gear VR.

With the support of Oculus and lot of apps, Samsung’s Gear VR is already an amazing Virtual Reality headset for Galaxy S8 and S8+ Owners. This VR headset is come with new controller to boot. It’s been a great choice, through, and users of Samsung’s and it come with a new controller to boot.Google Daydream VR

Google a search giant has confirmed through its Google Plus post, “The Daydream ready update rolled out is now for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Smartphone’s.”

While Samsung is lagging in terms of games and apps, the Daydream View made a solid debut. Thanks to the large part to its comfortable cloth construction. It also comes with a small motion controller, and when it was unveiled, the Gear VR didn’t have only — you had to buy a separate Gamepad or make do with a touchpad on the side of the headset. In a while after the Daydream VR launch, Samsung unveiled a new Gear VR and controller for the Samsung Galaxy S8, S7 and S6 Smartphone’s.

The Galaxy S8 or S8+ confers the same benefits to the Daydream VR headset as the Gear VR. Both phones have perhaps the best AMOLED displays on the market with nearly the high resolutions (2,960 x 1,440) for snappy viewing, fast processors to crunch games and loads of RAM. They also feature expandable Micro SD storage up to 256GB — essential for VR video files, which are often giant.Google Day Dream VR

If you’re looking at the Daydream VR, it’s currently available in the US at $60 on sale for a limited period time instead of $80. The Daydream VR app is now available on Google Play and work with your Galaxy S8 or S8+ with no OTA update necessary. If you’re having trouble, some Reddit users say that you may need to clear Google VR Services data on your device, and then restart the Daydream app.

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