Once the device receives support, all you’ll need is a Daydream View headset, available on the Google Store for $79.
Additionally, Google states that LG’s next flagship device will also support Daydream, available in the second half of the year. Our guess is that will be the V30, but keep in mind that nothing is yet known about LG’s future plans. With these devices added to the list of supported phones, there will be 11 different devices to choose from for your Daydream needs.
Daydream launched 6 months ago and there are already many Daydream-ready phones which you can use to access over 150 VR apps. This summer, Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be Daydream-ready via software update and, LG’s next flagship phone (launching in the second half of the year) will be Daydream-ready, making 11 total devices by the end of the year.
Get pumped, S8 owners.