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Samsung Confirms Galaxy Ring Release Date, Features, and US Sales

Samsung confirms the release of the Galaxy Ring in or around August. The Galaxy Ring weighs just 1 gram and features a camera shutter activation function. Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy Ring in the United States.

The latest buzz suggests that Samsung's next big thing could be a wearable called the Galaxy Ring. While the company has remained tight-lipped about the release, Samsung itself has confirmed some key details.


According to a recent report, the Galaxy Ring is expected to be released in or around August. The information comes from a reliable source within Samsung, although the company has yet to make an official announcement. Additionally, a new feature has been revealed that has piqued the interest of tech enthusiasts. The Galaxy Ring is said to weigh just 1 gram and includes a function that activates the smartphone's camera shutter when the ring is worn and the user's finger is used. This innovative feature is sure to make the Galaxy Ring stand out from the competition.


While the weight of the Galaxy Ring has raised some skepticism, with some comparing it to the Oura ring, which weighs between 4 and 6 grams, the overall design and functionality of the device have received positive feedback. Samsung's focus on creating a lightweight and stylish wearable is evident, and the camera shutter feature adds an extra layer of convenience for users.


In addition to the release date and feature details, Samsung has also filed a lawsuit against Finnish company Oura, which currently dominates the market for finger-borne devices with its successful Oura Ring. Samsung claims to have completed the design for the Galaxy Ring and expects to begin mass production by mid-June 2024. The company plans to launch the Galaxy Ring in the United States in or around August of this year.


The Galaxy Ring is set to build on Samsung's extensive investment in health and fitness tracking technology. It will monitor various metrics such as heart rate, heart rate variability, blood oxygen levels, movement, and sleep. This data will provide users with valuable insights and guidance to improve their overall health and well-being. The device will also introduce an Energy Score, derived from these metrics, to further enhance the user experience.


The lawsuit filed by Samsung against Oura aims to preempt any potential patent claims. Samsung seeks a declaratory judgment stating that the Galaxy Ring does not infringe on five of Oura's patents. The suit alleges that Oura has a history of filing patent suits against competitors based on features common to most smart rings, including sensors, electronics, batteries, and metric-based scores.

 
  • Samsung confirms the release of the Galaxy Ring in or around August.

  • The Galaxy Ring weighs just 1 gram and features a camera shutter activation function.

  • Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy Ring in the United States.


Source: FORBES

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