Reports suggest that Samsung is in the advanced stages of developing a Galaxy Smart Ring, expected to be launched within the next two years.
A report from the South Korean magazine "The ELEC" indicates that Samsung may collaborate with Japan's Mico to utilize their circuit boards for the Galaxy Smart Ring.
Regarding the launch date, a new report suggests that the company might delay the release until the third quarter of 2024 or early 2025.
Samsung is poised to offer features similar to other existing smart rings like the "Oura Ring."
The smart ring will be capable of performing everything a regular fitness tracker can do, such as monitoring heart rate, tracking sleep, counting steps, and recording workouts, all without a screen.
Another report also suggests that the new wearable device will be available in four different sizes, depending on the user's finger thickness.
The delay in the smart ring's launch is attributed to the device's development, which is estimated to take approximately eight months, with an additional 12-month period for medical approval, as reported by the Indian Express.
The introduction of a Galaxy Smart Ring by Samsung signifies the company's expansion into the wearable tech market.
With its range of features and capabilities, the smart ring could become a popular choice among consumers looking for a convenient and unobtrusive way to monitor their health and fitness.
As the official launch date approaches, tech enthusiasts and fitness enthusiasts will be eager to see how the Galaxy Smart Ring compares to existing wearables on the market.