Oculus CEO says more products with Samsung on the way
Brendan Iribe spoke about future plans at South Korea's third annual Startup Nations Summit
Oculus VR founder and CEO Brendan Iribe has announced that more joint products with Samsung Electronics are in the pipeline.
According to CNet, Iribe is anticipating a continual close relationship with the South Korean electronics giant and spoke about it at South Korea's third annual Startup Nations Summit held in Seoul.
"We'll work closely with Samsung to develop more products," Iribe said.
"We successfully launched the Gear VR with Samsung this year and I'm sure we will continue close relation with Samsung, as always."
Iribe declined to comment about specifics of upcoming product launches.
During his session at the summit, Iribe mentioned the importance of vision to the people who run or work for startups. "You need to be clear about your vision and make brave story-telling. Story needs to be developed continuously," Iribe stressed.
The Startup Nations Summit was attended by over 45 startups, both from South Korea and abroad, all competing to win support from companies such as Huawei, Hyundai Motor Company and Google.