Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has received an adapter that will help you easily use the pharmace with Gear VR. The adapter mainly uses Gear VR compatible with Galaxy Note 9, which does not have dimensions similar to Galaxy Note 8. Customers must reach Samsung to get the adapter for free. Meanwhile, the South Korean giant apparently works with a successor to Gear VR, which will probably support Galaxy Note 9 by default. The current Gear VR iteration with model number SM-R325N was specially launched in August last year.
As some members have observed on XDA Developers Forums, Samsung provides an adapter for free to Galaxy Note 9 users. The adapter can be obtained by calling the customer service in the US or by asking a customer service manager through the Samsung + app. In markets other than the United States, customers must reach the official support to get the adapter. It may take as much as two weeks for the adapter to reach your target.
The adapter helps users to fit Galaxy Note 9 to Gear VR, originally intended for such a large handset as last year's Galaxy Note 8. Together with Galaxy Note 8, Gear VR works with its current shape with old Samsung models like the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge + and Galaxy Note 5. But it's worth mentioning that the key motive behind the launch of Gear VR last August was to add in support of Galaxy Note 8 that does not fit into the old Gear VR model.
Together with the development of the adapter for Galaxy Note 9, Samsung apparently works with the sequel to Gear VR. The new VR headset, called HMD Odyssey +, was recently seen in a FCC list. The FCC note emphasized that the Gear VR sequencer comes with traditional VR-activating components, including a cable holder, speaker, lenses, microphone, and a focus adjustment wheel among others. In addition, the headset has also been listed on the Bluetooth Certification Website with two model numbers, XE800ZBA and XQ800ZBA. This suggests that the headset could come in two different variants, both of which support Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality platform. Furthermore, the headset has Bluetooth support that will likely make it possible to pair with a gamepad or other game controls.
Samsung has not disclosed any of its plans for the successor to Gear VR. However, we can expect that the company could announce some details about its next headset at IFA 201