Huawei appears to be the first manufacturer to partner up with Google in creating a non-Google Daydream VR headset. This comes as a surprise as we’ve not heard of Huawei making such a device. We do, however, recall Huawei talking about Daydream compatibility at its Keynote at CES early this year, even before Google opened the platform to all developers. So Huawei has shown special interest in the platform in the past.
Since the Daydream controller uses a Bluetooth radio, an FCC filing is a must. The filing has a plethora of photos to look at, including photos of the controller's innards.
This is a peculiar move on Huawei's part, as both Mate 9 devices that support Daydream have QHD displays while the Mate 10 Pro is only getting a FHD+ one, which is the Huawei smartphone currently rumored to make it to the US.
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