It looks like a second generation of Samsung's Gear 360 VR camera is currently being brewed for development. A mysterious "Sample Camera Set" was lately seen on an Indian import tracker's database. Even though the listing was not able to provide much information about the camera, speculations swiftly spread in the news circle about the budding 2nd gen camera. It only disclosed the model number SM-R210 further indicating that the camera was brought into the region for "R&D Purposes."

According to Digital Trends , this is not the first time that speculations about a 2nd addition to Samsung's Gear 360 camera will come to light. During the past few months, there were already leaked rumors about it in a report from SamMobile signifying the possibility that the Korean tech giant was building a more premium version Gear 360 Pro camera.

The report highlighted features that the 2nd generation Gear 360 Pro would come with a more improved video and audio features and abilities. Aside from that, no further details were revealed yet about the camera, as reported by 1Canada News. The original Samsung Gear 360 camera has been a big hit since its release. Not only because it is technically an remarkable camera, but also for its low-price point.

Generally, Samsung has been making serious works in entering the virtual reality tech competition and has even released VR headsets to match its smartphones, in partnership with Oculus, to mark up their competitive edge, as further explained by Digital Trends.The Samsung Gear VR headset works with Samsung's latest top-of-the-line smartphones, including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S7, and Galaxy S7 Edge.

The currently available Gear 360 is priced at US$350.  If the upcoming second-generation Gear 360 VR Camera is opted to be more premium than its predecessor, the device will might probably be hitting the stores on a much higher price, based on Digital Trends.