Chinese manufacturer ZTE Axon 7 smartphone is finally receiving its Android 7.0 candy update and notably the computer code update brings on the much-awaited support for Google’s Daydream VR platform to the device. Interestingly, there are simply handful of smartphones that support the Daydream VR as of currently and ZTE Axon 7 sits well during a more cost-effective value very than others.
ZTE was one of the primary smartphone manufacturers to announce Daydream VR support, and apart from the ZTE Axon 7 different phones that have support embrace Google part, Pixel XL, Moto Z, and Moto Z Force. As the ZTE Axon 7 is selling at around $400 (roughly Rs. 26,900) unlocked in the North American nation, it costs well less than the opposite phones within the official list by Google.
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While some smartphones like Huawei Mate nine professional (and Huawei Mate nine Porsche Design) have capable hardware however square measure however to receive the support for the search giant’s VR platform, others like Asus ZenFone AR are however to be launched.
To recall, Google unveiled its Daydream VR platform at its I/O conference back in could last year.
Apart from the support for Daydream VR, the Android 7.0 candy update brings on the split-screen multi-tasking capabilities to the phone. The update further brings on new emojis and battery saving options to the device. It also adds the Hiya caller ID/blocking app to the default dialler, brings the December robot security update, and also brings performance, security, and stability improvements.
“Delivering Android candy for the ZTE Axon 7 provides shoppers with an increased expertise and bigger price once getting this flagship device,” Lixin Cheng, chairman and CEO of ZTE USA, was quoted as saying in company’s community thread post. “Also, with Daydream certification, consumers square measure currently in a position to have AN immersive VR expertise at a value they’ll afford once paired with the Daydream read telephone receiver,” he said.