Huawei to launch Daydream-capable phone this fall

Himanshu, 03 June, 2016

While it's Nexus 6P smartphone is already Daydream-supported (although only for development purpose currently), Huawei has revealed that it will launch a new Daydream-capable phone this fall.

The revelation was made by Huawei's director Richard Yu (who heads the Chinese company’s consumer electronics division) in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

In addition, he said that the firm's partnership with German optics specialist Leica - which started with the P9 smartphone - is a long term alliance which is expected to continue at-least for the next five years.

Yu also hinted that Huawei could start selling smartphones through US carriers, saying that discussions on the matter are currently going on. Head to the Via link below to go through the complete report.



Reader comments

  • Chris
  • 04 Jun 2016
  • jZy

They're always considered flops until someone makes something that makes it not a flop. VR won't be a flop and can't be called a flop even now because it's barely utilized in its infancy. VR makes more sense than 3D TVs since the immersion is actua...

  • AnonD-227943
  • 04 Jun 2016
  • LaT

Bleh,VR the next big flop. Wearables,flop. 3d tv's,flop. All daydream capable means is a bog standard mid ranger with a few more gyroscopic sensors,nothing difficult.. All for nothing,as more people get to try the current state of the art VR,...

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