Samsung is expected to launch its own line of Bluetooth headsets for the next few months, as part of a push to expand its existing portfolio of devices and expand its brand.
The Gear VR headset is expected by September.
The company is also expected to announce that it will be releasing its own streaming service in the US later this year.
Google, too, is expected this year to release its own headset, with its own branding and name.
The Google Cardboard, a smartphone-like virtual reality headset that Google released in 2015, is also likely to be released.
Huawei’s Gear VR is expected in 2018, but it is not expected to be available until at least 2021.
The LG V10 and HTC Vive headsets will also be released this year, though both will not have the full range of Google’s apps and services.
Samsung is expected, however, to release an Android version of its Gear VR in 2018.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear VR will have a full-HD OLED display, which is expected at a price of $699.
Samsung’s V10 headset will also have a OLED display.
The HTC Vive will be available with a VR headset, though the device will be priced at $799, according to the Verge.LG has yet to announce a headset for the Gear VR, though it has said it is looking into the possibility of a Gear VR bundle.
Google has not responded to requests for comment.
Google has also yet to officially announce a standalone Android VR headset for its Android devices, although it is expected it will do so.LG’s V20, which came out in September, is a smartphone VR headset that comes with Google’s Daydream VR platform, Google Assistant, a camera and a microphone.
The V20 is also said to be compatible with Google Cardboards.
Google also has not confirmed any VR headset plans for the Android platform, although HTC has said that it is exploring this avenue.