We've known about Lenovo's Mirage headset for AR, but new documents have been uncovered showing a new standalone VR unit, running on Google's Daydream platform, that requires no smartphone or PC.
Lost in the announcement of the HTC Focus headset was the fact that HTC and Google have nixed previously announced plans to bring the Google Daydream VR headset to the United States and Europe.
LG announced its latest handset, the V30, nearly a month ago. The firm has yet to announce a price or release date, but it appears that when it arrives, it could come with a nice freebie.
Google has shared a few more details about its Tango AR platform, as well as the upcoming 2.0 update for its Daydream VR platform, called 'Euphrates'. The search giant also gave info about dev tools.
If you have access to Google Daydream and enjoy the NBA, you'll want to download the NBA VR app. The app will offer exclusive episodic content in the form of interviews with NBA legends.
Google is expected to unveil two new handsets tomorrow at its October 4th event. But, the company could also unveil its first Daydream VR headset that could be priced at $79.
ZTE introduced its latest handset, the Axon 7, that will offer a QHD AMOLED display and 6GB RAM. The Axon 7 will also offer the latest from Qualcomm and will be priced under $500 USD.