Samsung unveils Galaxy Ring, being one step ahead of Apple

SuchTV  |  Feb 27, 2024

Samsung unveils Galaxy Ring, being one step ahead of Apple
Samsung Electronics has recently unveiled its latest smart device, the ‘Galaxy Ring.’ It is a ring-like wearable that collects and analyzes health data, such as sleep and activity levels.

The company announced on Feb. 26 (local time), that the Galaxy Ring was displayed for the first time at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, which is the world’s biggest mobile communications exhibition. However, the Galaxy Ring was showcased in acrylic for security reasons until its official release. Samsung Electronics plans to launch the Galaxy Ring within the year.

Samsung Electronics has invested a significant amount of time in designing the Galaxy Ring before its launch. When the Galaxy Ring was unveiled, it was revealed that it had a sleeker design than the current top smart ring product from a Finnish company called Oura Ring. The Oura Ring has been criticized for its thickness and bulkiness, making it uncomfortable for daily wear.

The Galaxy Ring comes in black, gold, and silver colors and is available in nine different sizes to cater to a wide range of users. It is expected to be lighter than its competitors, making it comfortable to wear even during sleep.

The Galaxy Ring is expected to feature sensors that can measure blood flow and perform electrocardiogram functions, similar to smartwatches. This would enable continuous monitoring of heart rate and blood pressure.

An official from Samsung stated “The inner surface of the ring wraps around the finger, enabling precise measurement of detailed health data.”

Samsung’s unveiling of the Galaxy Ring has led the company one step ahead in the smart ring war against Apple. Apple has also shown interest in developing smart rings and has filed several patents related to the technology.

Additionally, Samsung recently introduced their first AI-powered smartphone, the Galaxy S24 series, last month, which puts them ahead of Apple in the AI smartphone market.

Roh Tae-moon, President of Samsung Electronics’ mobile experience, mentioned in an article published before MWC that Samsung will lead the way in the era of mobile AI, utilizing their unique strengths to spread the technology globally.

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