Samsung Odyssey VR Headset Looks Very Promising, Specs and Pricing Listed

Samsung Odyssey VR headset is no longer a rumored virtual reality peripheral but is real. The device was officially listed on the Microsoft store but was later removed, as official announcement is yet to be made.

Virtual reality headsets are plenty in the market with the Oculus Rift being the first to game, followed by HTC Vive and PS VR. Games and real world applications are slowly catching up. When Samsung launches such a high-end head mountable peripheral, it is sure to boost VR into the mainstream market and the design, specifications looks extremely promising.

Samsung Odyssey VR specifications

  • Equipped with an OLED display
  • 2880×1600 resolution
  • 110-degree field of view
  • 90Hz refresh rate
  • Integrated motion controllers and headphones
  • Bundle includes motion controllers for VR gaming
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Before the listing was taken down, the original source managed to take a huge screenshot of the Odyssey VR headset’s listing on the Microsoft Store. It has been included below for you to know every detail. The Samsung Odyssey VR is scheduled to get launched on the 6th of November and is priced at $499 which seems justified for this high-end VR headset.

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