Samsung mobile chief JK Shin has promised the firm will soon be rolling out a new version of its ever-in-development virtual reality headset technology.
Speaking to CNET Shin wouldn’t go into specifics, but Samsung has made a habit of updating the headset with new handset releases in recent times.
The first effort came with the Note 4 last September, while an updated version for the Galaxy S6 series also arrived in early 2015.
As for that “surprise” price point remark? Well Shin could mean surprise as in “we’re not telling” or he could mean “it’ll be much cheaper.” Time will tell, but the headsets are currently priced at $200 in the US.
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The news comes following a high profile unpacked event where Samsung announced details on two new handsets and teased its first round-faced smartwatch for next month’s IFA event.
While the S6 Edge+ has already impressed, folks aren’t too chuffed with the Note 5, which won’t be released in the United Kingdom this year.
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