Galaxy S 8 and 8 Plus do not support Google Daydream

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Galaxy S 8 and 8 Plus do not support Google Daydream

Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus are the best smartphones, but they still support Google Daydream.

If you download the Daydream virtual reality application to work with the virtual reality kit, an error message will appear in the process. Although Samsung's virtual reality scanner is sophisticated and the company is not required to provide support for the application, some users who want to access the content coming from Google is very disappointed, which includes some applications not found on the Samsung platform.

It is not known if Samsung wants to support Google's virtual reality glasses, which could have an impact on a contract to support the Daydream platform. VRHeads pointed out that by changing a simple code in the Samsung phone system the user can activate the application, To access these routines are not available on the Galaxy S8 phones, and through the availability of the user can access the application easily, but this violates the security of the device.

South Korea's Samsung has announced the pre-order of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus phones in the UAE from early April to 14th, Sky News reported.

The Galaxy S8 will be available from the price of AED 2,800 (about US $ 760), while the larger version of the Galaxy S8 Plus will be sold at AED 3100 (the US $ 860) for the smallest storage capacity of 64 MB.

Customers can order Samsung's phone directly from the company's website or from its partner stores.

The company said in a press release that "the phone quantity is limited" and that it will apply the principle of "selling first to whoever comes first" to those who do not register in advance on the new device.

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus on Wednesday with a range of technical devices. These smartphones provide specifications that make it a strong competitor for an iPhone phone while missing some of the advantages that might be tipped for the Apple phone.

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