Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy Ring: Release Date and Capabilities Unveiled

Samsung has been developing its wearable Galaxy Ring for some time, and a recent legal document has revealed both the expected release date and some of the ring’s health-tracking capabilities.

In a legal filing seeking a declaratory judgment of non-infringement, Samsung stated that it has completed the design of the Galaxy Ring and plans to begin mass production in mid-June of this year. The document also notes that the ring will be available in the US “in or around August of this year,” suggesting that an official announcement may be made at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in July.

The Galaxy Ring is expected to be announced alongside the 6th generation foldables, as Samsung has a history of announcing its foldable devices in July and releasing them in early August. While it is unclear in which other countries the ring will be available, the anticipation for this new wearable device is growing.

The legal document also provides some insight into the health-tracking capabilities of the Galaxy Ring. It notes that the ring will monitor heart rate, heart rate variability, blood oxygen, movement, and sleep to provide users with valuable insights and guidance to improve their health and wellbeing. The total health tracking system will also reportedly offer an “Energy Score” based on the recorded data.

It is worth noting that Samsung may be reserving additional features and details for the official announcement at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Nevertheless, the information revealed in the legal document has given us a tantalizing glimpse of what to expect from the highly-anticipated Galaxy Ring.

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