For the past several months, we have been hearing about the Samsung smart ring. It will possibly be named Galaxy Ring. Some recent pieces of information suggest that the company might debut the Smart Ring alongside the flagship Galaxy S24 series. The new Galaxy S24 series is expected to debut in January, possibly a few weeks earlier than the previous series. The tipster Ice Universe shared this fresh piece of information on Weibo. According to him, the Galaxy Ring will debut as a star product. Besides this, there are not many details about the upcoming product.
Galaxy Ring will debut soon
Until now, we didn’t have any solid information about the upcoming Galaxy Ring. However, some rumors claim that it will debut as a comprehensive health monitoring solution. It will be more efficient, in contrast to fitness trackers and smartwatches. Samsung might be taking its time to launch the perfect product for health solutions.
Besides this, another report suggested that the South Korean tech giant has begun mass production of the main components of the Galaxy Ring. All of this pointed to the wearable’s impending release, but we never received a launch date or even a general schedule. Some claimed that market entry would be delayed by regulatory approvals.
Furthermore, the tech giant Samsung has filed several trademark applications for the smart ring and associated technologies, like apps that could connect the smart ring with smartphones to display health data. In August, the company protected the label Samsung Curio. Although there was no actual product, the company updated its health app to integrate the support for Smart Ring.
As of now, we have a rumored tentative release schedule for the smart ring. Currently, there is no word on whether the product will be ready to enter the market upon launch. Since the acquisition of regulatory approvals requires time. Obviously, things will become clear with time.
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