Samsung is bringing a lot of things to Android Wear’s future, and one of those is a brand new Android Wear device.
The company is rolling out a new version of its smartwatch, the Gear VR, which will ship alongside the new Android software update.
The Gear VR will run a completely new version that includes a new user interface and a redesigned home screen that looks a lot like Android Wear, as well as support for Samsung’s VR headsets.
The new version will also support a host of new VR apps like “HoloLens”, “VRJunkie”, and “Vive Music”.
The GearVR is a smartwatch that sits between Android Wear and the Gear smartwatch.
The device is essentially an Android smartphone with a tiny display, a camera, and a wireless headset.
The Galaxy Gear VR was announced back in March and will be available in the US, Australia, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Japan, Spain, and the Netherlands, alongside a limited number of other countries.
The device will be released in November with an expected price tag of $349.99.
It will also ship with Google’s Daydream VR platform and Android Wear software updates.
There are currently a number of Gear VR devices available for pre-order, including the Gear Fit, which was announced in June and is set to be released later this year.
The latest Gear VR smartphone has a 5.5-inch HD AMOLED display, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, an 8MP camera, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and NFC LE support.