Last Updated: September 2nd, 2014

We've heard rumor after rumor of Samsung's virtual reality headset in recent weeks, and according to the Verge the manufacturer is (as previous rumors suggested) set to unveil the device (codenamed Project Moonlight) at its upcoming Unpacked event in Berlin and New York, where Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Note 4. What's more, the Verge has what appears to be a photo of the headset, next to a Samsung phone and Bluetooth controller.


The image seems to show a focus dial and ample lenses, as well as a front panel that would hold a phone, falling in line with previous rumors.

Readers may remember that Oculus, which itself used Galaxy Note 3 panels in its newer headsets, is said to be involved with Project Moonlight. The extent of the company's involvement with the headset's development remains to be seen, but it shouldn't be long until we've got all the details.

Source: The Verge

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  • Mike Gonzalez

    hopefully it comes with a bolster so you wont hurt your neck when you attach 5 pounds of gear to your head, my god!

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      5 pounds of Gear™

      • Kevin

        5 pounds of Touchwiz

        • Narciso Neto

          50 shades of Gear™

    • kahjksd

      Cell phones weigh a few grams including power supply

    • Gilles LeBlanc

      Haha whatever your gonna love this thing for watching movies on your next flight. My sony hmz T1 head mounted display has got some sexay competition.

  • atg284

    I hope that controller is wifi direct!

    • OniKyanAE86

      Looks like the controller pictured is the Samsung Gamepad that came out earlier this year, I have one, its bluetooth only. There is a bluetooth symbol to the right of the power switch in the picture just like on mine. Hopefully a newer version does come out.....

  • robert alexander

    It looks no better than Google Cardboard. VR headsets have one purpose moving forward, to not look stupid wearing it.

    • ThisIsObvious

      I do not care how I look if I'm in a virtual reality. I'm clearly not using this thing in public

      • robert alexander

        Well I am

  • oldredfox

    I love that Oculus is onboard with helping. Had fun with the Dev kit of the Rift. But unless Samsung breaks tradition and lets non Samsung device work with it, it won't be seeing my head any time soon. No desire to give up my Nexus 5.

    • alfuen00

      Is more a problem of LCD, that's why they choose Samsung for deliver the panels for rift because AMOLED

  • Blaise_90

    The phone looks like the one in the leaked note 4 images.
    Edit: no s-pen. Missed that detail. Galaxy alpha maybe?

  • Spoony IV

    i guess if i ever attend a fancy dress partys wanting to look like a twat, then il grab myself a pair