Samsung Galaxy Ring Officially Unveiled at MWC 2024: Tracking Fitness and Sleep, But Questions Remain

Samsung Galaxy Ring debut

At the last Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung briefly teased a new wearable called the Samsung Galaxy Ring. Today, at MWC 2024, the company has formally announced it. But Samsung hasn’t gone through much detail about it. However, it’s true that we got more than the first time Samsung formally showcased the wearable.

For example, we have to have a proper look at the Samsung Galaxy Ring and know what it will bring to the table. Among the details that are yet to be unveiled are the price and availability. But those will likely drop later this year.

What We Got to Know from the Samsung Galaxy Ring Unveiling at MWC 2024

To start with, Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Ring will be available in a broad range of sizes. To be specific, the wearable will come in US ring sizes ranging from 5 to 13. These sizes will be marked with S to XL inside the ring. As for the design itself, the wearable has a concave shape that tapers in the middle.

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To compare, the Oura Ring, which is one of Samsung’s current competitors, has a convex look to it. Speaking of the outlooks, the wearable will be available in three different colors: platinum silver, ceramic black, and gold.

Regarding functionality, the Galaxy Ring aims to offer all the fitness and health tracking features of Galaxy Watch smartwatches. That means you can track your heart rate, sleep, breathing rate, and night movement with it. The ring also bears the ability to detect early signs of sleep apnea, something that Samsung recently got FDA approval for.

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Samsung Galaxy Ring teaser

On the note of the Galaxy Watch, Samsung says that the ring will act like the right companion for the smartwatch. When paired, you can get a better quality of health and fitness tracking.

Samsung says that the Galaxy Ring will be exclusively available for Samsung Galaxy smartphones at launch. However, the company does have plans to expand the compatibility later on.

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