Google is working closely with partners like Huawei to build a VR ecosystem that brings rich and compelling Daydream experiences through innovation in VR devices, apps and content.
Huawei has said it will introduce devices that enable Daydream experiences, integrating new its Kirin chipsets, as well as those from Qualcomm.
Daydream-ready phones, headsets and controllers are set to be announced by the end of 2016.
As a primer, Daydream is a virtual reality platform built on top of the upcoming Android N. In a nutshell, it’s Android for the virtual reality space. It will come with a home screen with access to apps.
Out of the box, apps like Google Play, YouTube and Photos will be standard feature.
Daydream requires a heavy-duty phone and you should see compatible phones from major device makers like Huawei this fall.