Next up, the recently announced meets the qualifications with its AMOLED display and powerful embedded processor, the Snapdragon 835. While it hasn’t been confirmed to support it, we’re confident that it will come, bringing us to eight.
It comes down to three
Information on this device is scarce, though unless one of Google’s partners has an unannounced phone up its sleeve for the mobile VR platform, this could very well be the eleventh device that Pichai spoke of in Alphabet’s recent earnings call.
Daydream is still very much in its infancy right now, with a decent number of apps available but nothing that makes it a 'must-use' device for Android owners.
Increasing the number of phones that can be used with the headset will only be of benefit, so VR fans will be hoping that more Daydream-compatible devices become available in 2018.