The amount of truly awesome apps, games and shorts on the Samsung Gear VR has shot up in the past six months. And with the affordable $99 Gear VR on sale, everything is starting to click into place for Samsung’s mobile VR plans.
I owned Galaxy S, a neverending story to connect it, and customers left completely alone with problems, as the more of you know. I owned HTC and nokia phones too and all connect well. Galaxy problems are too much. If you are reading this it means you are struggling yourself to solve something wrong that you haven’t done, after have spent hundreds of $. Tell me why.
This may be a risky strategy though, as some have suggested. If the demand for these kinds of plans overwhelm Verizon’s CDMA network, the improved service that many anticipate may never materialize, leaving consumers feeling cheated out of the appealing choice they had anticipated. This scenario may be a little too unrealistically optimistic about projecting the number of customers Verizon can expect to attract, however. Neither Verizon nor Apple seem to be concerned about this possibility, and it seems certain that both companies will benefit greatly from this move.
There has been a lot new software titles released for the Gear VR since the first developer’s edition came out in December of 2014. There is an Oculus Store, where you can buy several immersive games. Herobound is our favorite for now. There is also the Milk VR video service, where you can stream or download several 360 degree videos. Some of them look absolutely amazing and would look even better if the FOV was larger. Unfortunately (or fortunately for those who get sick too easily), there aren’t any roller coaster rides available for the Gear VR yet.
There is a real conflict going on in the communications world that is not party-based or ideologically based nor is it limited to the political arena. It’s a paradigm shift from those who are analog-based in the way they think and communicate and those who are Gear VR digital-based in their approach. This transition is difficult whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or an elementary school or the United States Congress because it requires a fundamental shift in behavior – never an easy task for the most flexible among us.