SamMobile has affiliate and sponsored partnerships. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn a commission.

Notifications
    News for you

    Daily Deal: Bag yourself a second-generation Gear VR for just $50!

    Deals
    By 

    Last updated: October 14th, 2016 at 12:53 UTC+02:00

    If you've been wanting to enter the VR game for a while now, but haven't had the opportunity or wherewithal to do so, you may want to listen up as we have a sneaky suspicion that you're going to love today's Daily Deal. While stock lasts, you can bag yourself a shiny new second-generation Gear VR (US model) for just $49.61. That’s a total saving of $50.38.

    It's important to note, however, that this particular variant of the Gear VR is only compatible with the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy Note 5. This is not the same version of the unit that launched alongside the recalled Galaxy Note 7, so it doesn't feature a USB Type-C port and all black design.

    Regardless, it's still a fantastic Oculus-powered device that's perfect for indulging in VR content. If you like the sound of the Gear VR and want to take advantage of this great promotion, hit the Buy Now button below. We strongly advise you to hurry, though, as Amazon only has a limited amount of inventory available for this specific deal, and once it’s gone, it’s gone.

    Buy Now

    Note: This deal is only available in the United States.

    Deals Gear VR

    You might also like

    Apple used Samsung’s Gear VR in early AR headset experiments

    Apple used Samsung’s Gear VR in early AR headset experiments

    Apple is expected to launch its first AR headset later this year after showcasing it next month during the WWDC 2023 event. It is reported that Apple started experimenting with AR headsets in 2015. Even Samsung is developing its AR/MR headset after shutting down the Gear VR lineup a few years ago. Apple and Samsung […]

    • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
    • 1 year ago
    Samsung distributes free Relumino Glasses to visually impaired in Korea

    Samsung distributes free Relumino Glasses to visually impaired in Korea

    Samsung recently distributed wearable glasses for free to the visually impaired at the Gyeonggi Welfare Center for the Blind in South Korea. The free handover of 30 wearable glasses was to determine the usability of Relumino Glass. The company introduced Relumino Mode for its Smart TVs during CES 2023, which allows people with vision impairments to […]

    • By Sagar Naresh
    • 1 year ago
    Samsung might make a new headset to cash in on the metaverse hype

    Samsung might make a new headset to cash in on the metaverse hype

    Metaverse is the latest buzzword in the tech industry. While the general public's understanding of the concept may still be limited, tech companies see it as the place to be. The hype is real and Samsung wants to cash in on it. It has been several years since we had a new VR headset from […]

    • By Adnan Farooqui
    • 2 years ago
    Galaxy S10 will drop Gear VR support once Android 12 lands in December

    Galaxy S10 will drop Gear VR support once Android 12 lands in December

    The Galaxy S10 series will no longer support the Gear VR platform once Android 12 and One UI 4.0 go live later this year — Oculus announced this week. If Gear VR is one of the main reasons you're using the Galaxy S10 to this day, you'll have a tough choice to make come December. […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 3 years ago
    Now that Gear VR is no longer available, Samsung XR service is being killed

    Now that Gear VR is no longer available, Samsung XR service is being killed

    Samsung discontinued the Gear VR headset last year. Now, the company has announced that it is killing Samsung XR, a service that offered VR content such as 360-degree images and videos. The company will also remove the Samsung VR Video app from Microsoft's and Oculus‘ stores. The South Korean tech giant was among the first […]

    • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
    • 4 years ago
    Oculus is killing its Samsung Gear VR apps and we’re not surprised 

    Oculus is killing its Samsung Gear VR apps and we’re not surprised 

    Samsung first introduced the Gear VR mobile headset back in 2014. It was the result of a partnership between Samsung and Oculus with the latter taking care of the software side of things. The company continued to launch new headsets until 2017. When the Galaxy S9 was released the following year, Samsung didn't release a […]

    • By Adnan Farooqui
    • 4 years ago