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List of VR cardboard compatible phones

Not sure what models are supported by your smart phone? Easy!
We'd carefully sourced the specs of all major phone manufacturers and listed the results below.
So please check the following spreadsheet to figure out which version fits best.

**Mobile devices with an asterisk next to them have either: (a) extra large screens or (b) curved screens. Due to modern screen shapes / aspect ratios, the edges of these screens will slightly protrude outside of the VR headset, which means a very small fraction of the content won't be visible.

This list was last updated on 30th April 2019. Please note:
a) We try to make sure this list is as accurate as possible, but there may be some minor errors, our data is based on both testing and research into the mobiles devices based on their individual product features and hardware.
b) Always check the production year of your mobile device. Some manufacturers keep the name of their new models the same but instead release a new generation e.g. Samsung J5 and Samsung J5 (2017). The 2017 generation works with VR, the previous model doesn't.
c) Our models fit devices with screen sizes between 4.7 inch to 5.5 inch, this is why what's described in point "A" might occur. The of the phone edges sometimes will poke out the sides of the viewer, this actually gives a more immersive effect as all you can see is the screen and no phone edges. It’s how VR cardboard is meant to work.
d) To be able to view VR content with a VR headset the phone must have an internal gyroscope, pretty much every modern phone has one.

If you don't see your device, drop us a note and we'll check it out for you. Please contact us for compatibility requests!

As the official Google Cardboard App is currently released only for Android and iOS, there's no chance to calibrate your Windows Phone for Google Cardboard. Nevertheless, there are not a few VR and AR applications at the MS store that will work on Windows Phones even without calibration.