As part of its Axon 7 launch, ZTE also decided to throw along its new ZTE VR headset.

Like most other basic headsets — ahem, Gear VR — you just plug your Axon 7 into the headset and you get up and running. The ZTE VR headset has a nine-axis gyroscope for a refined viewing experience. It also has a few buttons, a capacitive touch pad and all of this is supposedly Daydream-compatible, too.

Perhaps as manufacturers are able to create a UI skin on top of Android, those same manufacturers are able to create their own experiences on top of Daydream. But that’s just speculation on our part.

While we don’t have pricing or availability just yet, we assume we’re going to see Google’s VR platform launch first.

Via: The Verge

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