SAMSUNG's MWC PRESS CONFERENCE wasn't all about tablets, as the firm also outed a new version of its Gear VR headset.
The Samsung Gear VR with Controller, as you've probably guessed, mimics Google's Daydream View by shipping with a bundled in handheld remote.
With its curved design and circular trackpad, it looks a bit like a sized-down version of the controller that ships with the HTC Vive, and offers similar functionality in that it enables new ways of interacting with VR content, be it to point, drag and drop, tilt or shoot. There's also a home button, volume rocker and back button, while a trigger button sits underneath.
The controller, which Samsung has officially named, er, 'Controller', also comes with a Wiimote-style wrist strap, to ensure you don't end up breaking any windows or smacking your mates in the face.
"At Samsung, we are focused on setting and exceeding the standard for VR experiences, making them even more accessible and delivering the highest in quality," said YH Lee, executive vice president of Samsung's mobile biz.
"The Gear VR with Controller expands our VR ecosystem to help consumers get more engaged and immersed in VR content - whether it's games or videos."
The Gear VR also packs 42mm lenses with 101-degree Field of View (FOV) as well as distortion correction technology to minimise motion sickness and a 1,000mAh battery, which HTC claims will last for 40 days if you're using it for two hours each day. It will also support both microUSB and USB-C port, with a converter included in the box.
The face-worn gadget is compatible with the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge, Note 5, Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+. It'll no doubt also work with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, which Samsung on Sunday announced will be unveiled at an event on 29 March.
Samsung also on Sunday unveiled two new flagship tablets, the Nougat-powered Galaxy Tab S3 and the Windows 10 Galaxy Book. µ
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