New details about the Samsung Galaxy Ring revealed

Samsung’s Galaxy Ring, which is expected to be announced this summer, will come in eight different sizes.

Samsung's new filings, provided for the US Federal Communications Commission, reveal a few new details about its Galaxy ring and foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip 6.

Both the ring and the phone, as well as Galaxy Fold 6, are rumored to be announced at Samsung's Unpacked event this summer, possibly in July.

According to the filing spotted by mysmartprice, Samsung's ring will come in eight different sizes, from 5 to 12, with several different battery configurations.

A 17mAh battery will be used for 5,6,7 sizes, and 8,9,10,11 sizes will feature 18.5 mAh. Meanwhile, the 12th size ring will come with a 22.5mAh battery, the filing claims.

According to Samsung, the ring will last for up to nine days without charging. However, it’s worth noting that manufacturers tend to overestimate their devices' battery performance.

Previously, it was reported that the ring would weigh around three grams, making it nearly twice as light as the heaviest modification of the Oura ring, the first smart ring to get mainstream attention.

Samsung's ring will probably be available in white, black, and silver colors, as the company demonstrated prototypes of such colors this year at the Mobile World Congress show.

The ring is also expected to have Samsung's feature My Vitality Score, which will also be able to evaluate personal and mental health. There is no doubt that the wearable will be equipped with various sensors, like heart rate monitors and an accelerometer, though the exact details are not clear yet.

In the FCC filing, new details about the Galaxy Z Flip 6 phone also emerged. It shows that the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will feature a 3887 mAh battery. It would be slightly larger than that of the current one, which has a 3591 mAh capacity.