It’s year 2017 and the new Samsung Gear 360 and Gear VR has been unveiled in the Philippine market at the sounding price of P10,990 and P5,990, respectively.
Now What Can We Expect From The New Gear 360?
Smaller Size And Redesigned, Easy-To-Grip Body
The old Gear 360 has a tripod legs while this new has an easy-to-grip slender one-legged body. It’s sturdy enough that you can place the Gear 360 on any solid and flat surface to capture your adventures.
4K Resolution Capability
Behind its handy build lies a powerful device with a high definition 4K resolution capability. Every scenery, every smile, every moment is captured in sharp and clear quality for you to share and relive.
The Gear 360 also takes your sharing experience to even greater heights. With its Live Broadcast feature, just pair your Gear 360 with your Samsung smartphone or PC, choose a platform, and share your adventures – be it a walk through the streets of New York, a hike in the mountains of Batangas, or a weekend drive to Tagaytay – you can share all those live in 360° to your friends and family as if they are right there with you.
The Gear 360 also makes your travel memories more unique. Capture photos and videos, and view them in five different modes: 360°, Stretched, Round, Dual, and panoramic views.
Don’t worry about missing a second since the Gear 360 can capture and store it all through a microSD of up to 256GB, with power that can last up to 130 minutes.
Gear VR 2017 Version
The 2017 version of the Gear VR with controller makes 360° content viewing easy and comfortable with its lightweight engineering and foam cushions. It prevents any of the edges from digging into your cheeks or nose bridge, and it also prevents the light from seeping in.
The new Gear VR lets you explore from over 700 apps and games available in the Oculus Store.
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