Last month LG unveiled the VR for G3 headset. It works like the Gear VR does for the Galaxy Note 4. You just pop in the smartphone and its display is then used to provide the VR experience. LG worked with Google on this headset and the design actually come from Google Cardboard, but LG opted to make it out of plastic instead. Today the company announced that the LG G3 VR headset is available in the United States.
Last week we heard from U.S. carriers about their pricing for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Carriers also confirmed which colors they will offer to their customers. T-Mobile and AT&T confirmed from the get go that their customers will be able to get the new devices in gold as well. Verizon committed to the black and white color only, until today.
Big Red today reminded its customers that it will start accepting pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 from tomorrow. It’s the only major carrier in the country that decided to wait a couple of days after its rivals had opened up pre-orders.
Verizon also confirmed today that it is going to sell the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in gold after all. Color difference aside, all units from Verizon will have the carrier’s branding plastered across the back.
So there are three carrier in the U.S. that are offering the new Samsung flagships in three colors. The bright blue and emerald green colors that Samsung showed off at MWC 2015 aren’t available in the U.S. just yet, and it is not clear when they will arrive.
You can either stay on the fence until it becomes clear when those colors will be available, or you can order the Galaxy S6 now from any of the major carriers to get delivery by April 10th.