From video streaming and web browsing to photo-sharing and gaming, it's clear that Samsung wants its VR products to be more than expensive paper weights.
Samsung announced a new camera dubbed the 360 Round to "provide VR specialists with a durable and manageable solution for capturing, viewing, and editing VR content."
Samsung announced the 8LPP process generations, which should serve as a stop-gap until the company is ready to launch the first-ever 7nm EUV generation.
Samsung plans to lead the EUV charge with 7nm products slated for the second half of 2018, while its competitors will deploy production-class EUV in the 2020 timeframe.
Samsung released its latest 3D V-NAND in the Portable SSD series again. The new T5 matches the previous generations' capacity, physical size, and pricing.
Samsung has a ten-year road map, and it starts with a massive 128TB QLC SSD announcement, updated Z-SSD using optimized MLC, and a leak about the successor to the 960 series.
Samsung's new Pyeongtaek campus semiconductor fabrication line in South Korea begins shipping 4th generation NAND with 64-layers.
Another year, another update to the Gear VR. Still one of the most ubiquitous mobile VR systems, the Gear VR is Samsung’s proprietary platform that turns a Galaxy (or Note) phone into a VR headset.
Samsung ramps up 64-layer V-NAND flash production and prepares new memory products for the second half of 2017.
Samsung released three new High Dynamic Range (HDR) gaming displays featuring quantum-dot technology, fast refresh rates, and high resolutions.
The PlayPad VR is supposed to make it easier to carry around a full gamepad with two analog sticks, a d-pad, four face buttons, etc. for when Samsung's new Gear VR Controller doesn't quite cut it.
Oculus announced that you can now stream your Gear VR experience to any Chromecast-enabled device. Now you can share Gear VR as a social experience.
Samsung revealed its full foundry roadmap for the next few years, including its most advanced process generation: the 4nm GAA FET technology.
ZeniMax Media accused Samsung of using stolen technologies in Gear VR products built for the Oculus platform.