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Samsung Gear VR SM-R322 (Late 2015, Consumer Edition)

Samsung Gear VR SM-R322 (Late 2015, Consumer Edition)
alaScore 95

1713 reviews


alaTest has collected and analyzed 1713 reviews of Samsung Gear VR SM-R322 (Late 2015, Consumer Edition). The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.4/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Samsung Gear VR SM-R322 (Late 2015, Consumer Edition) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by (stuff.tv_in)

Samsung Gear VR with Controller powered by Oculus hands-on review


The makers of Rift add a touch of Touch to Samsung's phone-friendly headset


Expert review by (stuff.tv_in)

Samsung Gear VR review


Bringing proper virtual reality to the Samsung phone-owning masses

Gorgeous, immersive games ; Mostly comfortable fit ; Cheap... if you have the phone

Limited phone compatibility ; No positional tracking ; Rare performance/heat issues

It has limitations, but the Gear VR really delivers on the promise and power of virtual reality.


Expert review by : Shruti Dhapola (

Samsung Gear VR review: The power of the virtual


Samsung Gear VR headset powered by Facebook-owned Oculus can bring the virtual world to life. Here's our take on the experience.


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Samsung Gear VR review: Amazing but it will be a one-time watch for most - The Times of India


Samsung Gear VR costs Rs 8,200 and is compatible only with flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Here is the review.

*India’s only proper VR headset ; *Wireless without any battery charging hassles ; *Comfortable to use even with glasses

For those who do not intend to buy a Samsung flagship, the good old Google Cardboard (and its rip-offs) is still the best bet.


Expert review by : Rahul Sethi (

Samsung Gear VR Headset Review


Samsung Galaxy VR is the only headset of its kind currently selling in Indian market. For a new technology, it's affordable, reliable and superb quality, but

• Comfortable, user friendly controls ; • Respectable graphics for a portable system ; • Responsive touchpad controller

• Locked to flagship Galaxy device ; • Lacks enough content and apps

Samsung Galaxy VR is the only headset of its kind that currently sells in the Indian market. For a new technology, it’s affordable, reliable and superb quality; hence a recommended accessory for flagship Galaxy owners. I even feel that Samsung should...


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Samsung Gear VR Review


The catch, of course, is that you need a Gear VR to experience all these different apps. And that in turn means that you also need a top-end Samsung phone. That's a major limiting experience with the Gear VR and other high-end mobile headsets such as the

Expert review by : Matt Swider (

Samsung Gear VR Controller review


The most popular mobile VR headset has a controller to call its own

Comfortable, one-handed remote ; New motion controls are promising

Not a two-handed full controller ; Requires two AAA batteries

The Samsung Gear VR Controller finally brings a gamepad to the popular virtual reality headset, and it's better late than never. It includes all of the buttons that are mounted to the side of the headset, so you're no longer tapping your temple to move...


Expert review by : Mike Lowe (

Samsung Gear VR Consumer Edition review: The stepping-stone to Oculus proper


Virtual reality, often known as VR, has a long and winding history. From the distant dream of Sega's VR, unveiled back in 1993, to the modern day it's-almost-here reality of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR, it's South Korean giant Samsung...

Wire-free VR experience unlike its rivals, more affordable than earlier Gear VR models, new design benefits glasses wearers, easy to setup and use, fun experiences on offer

Tied to phone hardware, lower refresh and perceptible resolution than Oculus/competition, may cause nausea, still limited range of content/games

The first time we slipped the Gear VR on and looked around a whole virtual world, head turning to take in what was to the side and behind, part of us was impressed with the sheer spectacle. It's quite amazing.


Expert review by : Jimmy Thang (

Samsung Gear VR Review


Competent virtual reality on the go


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Samsung Gear VR review: a must have for Galaxy phone owners


High quality, Oculus Rift-powered VR for £80 or $99 has got to be a deal, right?

Cheap ; Decent variety of content ; Solid VR experience all round

Samsung only ; Graphics lack a certain polish ; Bit of a battery burner

Product Specifications


Accelerometer:Y / Yes
Adjustable interpupillary distance: Yes
Colour of product:Black / Black, Blue / Black, grey / Black, Navy / Black, White / White
Construction type:Smartphone-based
Control type:Buttons / Buttons, Touch / Touch
Gyroscope:Y / Yes
Housing material:Plastic
Interpupillary distance (max):7 / 7.1
Interpupillary distance (min):5 / 5.4 / 5.5
Magnetic sensor: Yes
Motion to photon latency:20
Proximity sensor:Y / Yes
Type:Smartphone-based head mounted display
USB connector type:MICRO-USB
Viewing angle:101 / 360 / 96
Volume Control:Digital / Rotary

Packaging Content

Included memory card size:16
Memory Card Included:microSD

Ports & interfaces

Card reader integrated:N / No
USB connector type:MICRO-USB / Micro-USB B, USB Type-C / Micro-USB, USB Type-C / Micro-USB,USB Type-C
USB version:1.1

Weight & Dimensions

Depth:10.8 / 11.6 / 114.4 / 12.2 / 122 / 122.5 / 9.85
Height :8.28 / 8.29 / 9 / 9.26 / 9.86 / 92.6 / 98.5 / 98.6
Weight:300 / 310 / 318 / 345 / 365 / 420.4
Width:19.6 / 19.8 / 20.2 / 20.8 / 201.9 / 207 / 207.8