When Google launched Daydream, its mobile virtual reality platform, in November, the only phone that supported it was Google’s own Pixel, a pricey handset that costs $650 at retail. But the company wants as many people as possible to use Daydream, and it said that its hope was that as more phones incorporated Android N, the mobile OS that’s required to run Daydream, the price would come down.
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