Samsung announced its first 360-degree camera back at Mobile World Congress, and now we know it’s arriving very soon: April 29. The company made its announcement at its developer conference in San Francisco. Apparently things like price are trivial though, as we still don’t know how much it will cost. As a recap, the camera pairs two 15-megapixel sensors with ultra wide angle f/2.0 lenses and automatically stitches them fto create 360-degree photos and videos. Users can then share the content onto Facebook and YouTube. Though it’s meant to be used with VR headsets like Samsung’s own Gear VR, it’s worth making…

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