Free means attractive and it means that everybody will have it, so why shouldn’t you? Businessmen know this theory and use it whenever they can and when they are capable of affording it. Anyway, even if it would be a little bit of risk, it could get grand. And businesses love grand finales.
As a conclusion, LG has gathered its forces and skilled engineers in order to team up with Google and make their users an offer that will be profitable for all sides.
The buyers of the new LG G3 telephone will be getting a VR headset, the special VR for G3. This gadget is based on Google’s Cardboard VR headset and uses the detailed and high quality screen of the G3. The apps and other downloads that were initialized from Google Play Store will be available for using with the VR.
Chris Yie, an LG marketing executive, has talked about the novelty various times.
“This is just the beginning of the virtual reality movement, which until recently was expensive and inaccessible to everyday consumers.”
It is not the first time when this kind of experience has been tried. However, the former courageous company has been Samsung that has sold on market the Samsung Gear VR that uses the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 as a display. The unfortunate issue about the Samsung experience is that it costs about $310 on Amazon, while the LG headset comes straight in the hands of its enthusiastic users, for free. The promotion is available only this month in certain markets. In addition the LG G3 users can use a in-box code to download a free VR game, named “Robobliteration.”
As far as the design is concerned, LG has described it thoroughly through its official spokesmen: the VR for G3 is based on the blueprint for Google Cardboards, available online for home “do it yourself” fans. The neodymium ring magnet on the side of the VR for G3 works with the magnetic gyroscope sensor in the G3 to select applications and scroll through menus, without touching the display.
“VR for G3 requires no assembly other than inserting the phone in the viewer.”
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