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With the motherboard out of the way, we're ready to extract the DK2's display.

The display has a rubber case housed in a plastic backing. Our spidey senses start tingling when we peel off the rubber case...

The display is—drumroll please—literally the front panel of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

This seems to make economical sense, since Oculus is working to ship something like 45,000 DK2s—a goodly number for a mid-development prototype, but certainly not enough to warrant a fully custom display. It looks like Oculus is already taking advantage of their partnership with Samsung.

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