Here's how to get a VR for G3

LG is not selling its virtual reality headset, but we have 20 to give away

LG and Google have partnered on a virtual reality headset for the G3 smartphone. The VR for G3 cannot be bought, but the good news is we have twenty to give away.

Winning a VR for G3 is simply a matter of answering 8 multiple choice questions. Your feedback will help make GGG better and improve the kind of news we bring you.

Enter the competition and find out more by clicking here.

The virtual reality space is heating up. The G3’s 1440p screen and high 538 pixel-per-inch density makes it an ideal VR solution.

The VR for G3 is an upgraded version of Google’s Cardboard and it has been designed specifically for the G3 smartphone. Finding new virtual reality content is a matter of browsing Google’s Play application store.

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