We’re going to use the Samsung GearVR as an example for how to get most out the device, and we’ll be using the device to test out the various apps and games we’ll use during our test drive.
Before we start, it’s worth noting that we’re using a Gear VR headset and a $199 smartphone to test the device out, but the Gear VR is the same device that we tested out earlier this year with our own hands.
We’re using the Galaxy Note 5 as our benchmark device, as we’re only going to test it out with the Samsung Galaxy S5.
If you’re looking to get an inexpensive Android device for a few days to play games, we’d recommend going with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7.
The Gear VR will cost you $249, which is not too expensive for what you’re getting in the box.
In the box Samsung offers you a pair of headphones and a case that is pretty much standard in today’s high-end Android phones.
It comes with a 3.5mm headset jack, so it can be used to connect to any wired headset.
You’ll get an HDMI port on the front of the Gear, and a micro USB port on its back.
There are three ports to use on the Gear.
The top port will be used for the charging port, and the rear port will let you connect a second smartphone to the headset.
In terms of ports, there’s a headphone jack, a microphone port, a microSD slot, and an SD card slot.
The headset comes with two power adapters, but you can also choose between a standard USB-C port and a Lightning-to-USB-C cable.
The Galaxy Note series also comes with the same charger as the Galaxy Gear, so there’s no reason you shouldn’t use it.
Samsung also offers the GearVR for $199 with the S7 and S7 Edge.
For a few dollars more, you can get a Galaxy S8, S8+, S8+ Pro, or S8+.
We’ll be testing out the Gear in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned to the Gear blog to see if it’s up to snuff.