google daydream phones

Google Daydream Phones: Built for the VR Experience

Google Daydream phones are built for VR with high-resolution displays, increased graphics and high-fidelity sensors for head tracking. These phones are powered by the new Android 7.0 Nougat.

Google Daydream Phones for virtual reality:




Axon 7 – ZTE


google daydream phones Axon 7 - ZTE

This one is second generation and reinvented. The ZTE Axon 7 delivers all the the powerful features and the high performance for VR.

  • HiFi audio for streaming, downloading, and recording music and podcasts.
  • Dual Image Stabilization camera (OIS + EIS) to capture high-resolution images and video without a tripod.


Pixel – Google


google daydream phones Pixel by Google

This is the first phone with Google Assistant built in. The Google Pixel has a fantastic camera, especially in low light. It’s elegantly designed. Google Assistant takes one of the most natural, human approaches to answering your voice.

  • The highest rated smartphone camera, ever.
  • Unlimited storage for your photos and videos


Moto Z- Motorola


google daydream phones Moto Z by Motorola

The Motorola Moto Z is thin, fast and (literally) snappy. Those magnetic Mods accessories are practical and easy to use.

  • Transforms with Moto Mods
  • Moto Z Force: Guaranteed shatterproof display
  • Moto Z: World’s thinnest premium smartphone


Coming soon:

More Daydream-ready phones on the horizon:


Mate 9 Pro – Huawei


google daydream phones Mate 9 Pro by Huawei

The Huawei Mate 9 Pro has more power than you’ll need, a camera that’s great for arty shots and a battery that won’t quit on you by dinner.

  • 5-inch WQHD curved display
  • Latest Kirin 960 processor
  • 2nd Gen Leica dual camera


ZenFone AR – ASUS


ZenFone AR by ASUS

The world’s first 5.7-inch smartphone that will be Daydream-ready and Tango enabled. With Tango, you will be able to experience augmented reality apps that change the way you interact day-to-day.

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