The CEO of Google Sundar Pichai, said that will be 11 Android phones supporting Daydream VR technology that will arrive in late 2017. What is Daydream VR? These are the new virtual reality glasses of the great G that will be compatible for use with mobiles, How does it work? You just have to connect your phone and enjoy the virtual reality viewer experience and enjoy the same technology game.
Sundar Pichai did not mention any device coming out. However, we have 11 smartphone names supported by Google Daydream. Although this is a platform that is still in its infancy and there are very few phones that support it, they are also slightly behind in terms of applications compared to the Samsung “Powered by Oculus” Gear VR, which has more Of 700 applications. How many does Daydream? a couple of months ago had only 150 applications.
What are the phones that support Daydream?
Facebook is the owner of the largest social network in the world and Valve is the owner of the largest gaming distribution network in the world. What do they have in common? If Google wants to make their Daydream a great success, it has to join these two big companies. Although, we are still in the first generation of VR headphones like Daydream View, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, so anyone can take advantage of this new technology and succeed.
At the moment there are 5 phones with Daydream support in the market and are as follows.
- Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL.
- Moto Z and Moto Z Force.
- Huawei Mate 9 Pro and Huawei Porsche Design Mate 9.
- ZTE Axon 7.
- Asus Zenfone AR.
This means that the other 6 will be upcoming releases or that will receive support already being in the market before the end of 2017. What about the CEO’s denial? Maybe he just wants us to wait for the official communiqué and not rumor about it, But Google said that it will be 11 mobile, where are the others?
Google on the other hand, claims that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + will soon receive Daydream support, this indicates that the company’s next launch will also bring it with it, The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could include Daydream in its supports. In addition, the next release of Google, the Pixel 2 will surely be compatible.
Then we came across LG, which will soon debut its new smartphone called LG V30, which will also have Daydream support and of course, Huawei will also join Mate 10. On the other hand, we will move to Motorola, a company that has support Google and will soon premiere their Z2 and Moto Z2 Force, which may also have Daydream support. Without being told, we already deduce that these will be the 11 terminals with support of Google VR. Do you agree with us?