Google Daydream had little interest as a virtual reality platform for Android smartphones, and early manufacturers are currently removing support for their devices.
Do you still remember Google’s ambitious Daydream project? They wanted to make virtual reality possible for everyone, with cheap virtual reality headsets and the powerful smartphones of users. After the initial hype, when people were still interested in virtual reality, Daydream quickly disappeared back into insignificance. It hasn’t changed until today. On the other hand.
Samsung, for example, has secretly removed Daydream support from its Android smartphones with the update to Android 10. What was not officially communicated was initially lost due to a shortage of users. In recent weeks, however, there have been more and more reports from users noting the lack of support for Daydream.
Daydream has been discontinued for a long time
There is still no official report. It’s unclear if Daydream was shut down on purpose or accidentally. According to colleagues, Samsung could react with a simple software solution. It is questionable if that still happens. Daydream is dead, Google stopped the VR feature 6 months ago. It can still be used, but it is not up to date or up to date.