Amazfit Helio Ring: Samsung Galaxy Ring Competitor Launches on May 15 With an Attractive Price

Amazfit Helio Ring

The wearable market has been heating up ever since Samsung announced the Galaxy Ring. While we already had many smart rings before that, we’re now seeing some worthy competitors. Take the Amazfit Helio Ring, for example. It was first introduced at CES this year, and now, we have a release date.

Amazfit will be launching the Helio Ring on May 15 in the US. The smart ring will cost $299.99. Now, while Samsung hasn’t announced the price of the Galaxy Ring yet, it’s expected to be $300 or more. So, with that launch price, Amazfit’s offering will be going head-to-head against the upcoming wearable from Samsung.

Of course, you will have the option to get the Amazfit Helio Ring for even cheaper. The company will be bundling it with its Amazfit Cheetah Pro and Amazfit T-Rex Ultra smartwatches. If you get the smart ring as a bundled offer, the price will drop down to $149.99.

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More About the Amazfit Helio Ring

At the core, the Amazfit Helio Ring is for the athletes. It weighs less than 4 grams and has a comfort-forward build. Of course, 4 grams isn’t the lightest in terms of smart rings, as the Ultrahuma Right Air is lighter than that. However, the good part is that Amazfit’s offering is made of “skin-friendly” titanium.

Helio Ring features

With a 10 ATM water resistance rating, the smart ring is also a durable wearable. Regarding smart features, the Helio Ring promises accurate heart rate monitoring. It can also collect sports data to let you gauge your performance and achieve your fitness goals.

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Fast Charging of Amazfit Helio

Besides that, the Amazfit Helio Ring supports multiple fitness apps, including Strava, Adidas Running, and Google Fit. Other highlights include SpO2 and stress tracking, fast wireless charging support, and a slim design. Also, the wearable can sync with Amazfit ecosystem smartwatches.

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