Apart from launching their seriously good looking flagship phone, ZTE also introduced their own VR headset that touts good features that can help make the use of this technology better. Dubbed as the ZTE VR, it's not your ordinary Google Cardboard or AntVR as it has its own sensor hardware that delivers great head tracking.
There's a 9 axis gyroscope embedded with an official latency of just 18 milliseconds as low as 16.7 milliseconds. That low-latency input is crucial to produce true immersive VR experience.
This would be a great fit for the ZTE Axon 7 as it would support the new Android Daydream VR Mode. However, other than those above-mentioned details, there's very little information available yet about this certain type of VR.
We'll keep you guys up to date on its pricing, availability and release plans soon. I'm sure it'll have the same type of flare in pricing like the Axon 7 that'll greatly compete with the likes of Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.