It was guaranteed back at Google I/O, and now the Samsung Galaxy S8 daydream update begins rolling out for verizon’s versions. As spotted by News Doses, the update is hitting Verizon models first in the U.S.
GS8 owners now will be able to enjoy an extraordinary VR experience with Daydream, on account of its low-latency, high pixel density and subpixel rendering. The rollout is probably going to be staggered crosswise over different carriers and areas however, so it could be a couple of more weeks until all Galaxy S8 variations are updated.
Meanwhile Google CEO Sundar Pichai noted in yesterday’s Alphabet income call that there would be 11 Android phones with Daydream update available before the finish of 2017.
What’s included in this S8 Daydream update:
Alongside Daydream update, this new Galaxy S8 daydream update, version NRD90M.G950USQU1AQG4/NRD90M.G955USQU1AQG4, for both the S8 and S8+ get Google’s most recent security patches, and additionally the capacity to send GIFs while on a phone call (as an instant message). I figure that is a thing somebody requested.
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The last significant addition in this update is the capacity to hide the navigation bar as a matter of course, giving more utilization of the large Infinity Display. A straightforward toggle shrouds the navigation with a brisk swipe up bringing it back.
It’s difficult to work out precisely what number of unannounced Daydream phones are headed without knowing whether the figure of 11 considers double size phones like the Pixel and Pixel XL, or Galaxy S8 and S8+ to be separate gadgets. All things considered, future Daydream hopefuls incorporate the LG V30 (officially prodded at Google I/O), Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Google’s second-gen Pixels and maybe a future Mate phones from Huawei.