Samsung is announcing the Vr, a wireless headset that works with Samsung’s VR platform, the Gear VR.
The headset will work with the S7, S7 Edge, and S7 edge+, but will only work with Samsung devices running Gear VR software.
The company’s VP of VR, David Chang, said in a video about the headset’s launch that it will be available to everyone starting in early 2018.
The headset has a pair of front-facing stereo speakers, which are located on the back of the headset.
Samsung says the Vrs will work well for VR audio playback, and that it is able to capture sound with a stereo earphone.
The audio is then sent over Bluetooth to an app on your phone or tablet.
Samsung’s announcement said that the headset will have support for Bluetooth headset controllers and other compatible peripherals, but didn’t give any details on how this might work.
The VR headset uses the same tech that is used in the Oculus Rift headset, but it also uses Bluetooth technology.
Samsung isn’t saying much about the specs of the Vrr, other than that it’ll be priced at $499 for the S5 and S5 Edge, $599 for the Edge+, and $799 for the V5+.
The company’s announcement included a number of details about the software that the VRs will run.
It will be powered by Samsung’s own proprietary software, called Samsung VR Engine, and it will also support a host of third-party applications.
For example, Samsung will allow third-parties to integrate the VRR with their own mobile apps.
Samsung is also offering a free trial of Samsung VR, which is the company’s version of Gear VR for the Gear S5, S5 edge, and Note 5.
Samsung VR has been available for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge since August 2017.
Samsung said it will launch the VR software with the GearVR platform in 2019.