Samsung unpacks Galaxy ring, reveals features and specs


Samsung has confirmed the expansion of its wearable technology line with its first Galaxy Ring.

As expected, Samsung announced the release of several new products at its Unpacked 2024 event. These include two smartphones, two smartwatches, earbuds, and the much-awaited Samsung Smart Ring.

While still in the making, the Galaxy Ring has already been seen as a competitor to the Finnish health tech company that created Oura Ring. Now, with the Samsung Ring finally set to be released, what specifications and features does it include?

Samsung Galaxy Ring specifications

The ring, which was “designed to be worn 24/7,” comes in three different colors: gold, silver, and black.

The ring weighs from 2.3 grams to 3 grams, which is lighter than the Oura ring, which weighs from 4 to 6 grams, depending on its size.

The ring is 10ATM water resistant and has a Titanium Grade 5 finish. It is also equipped with a battery that can last up to 7 days on a single charge.

Samsung Galaxy ring comes in nine different sizes and comes “with a sizing kit that helps you find the right fit.”

The new Samsung Galaxy accessory is priced at $399 with no additional subscription required.

Samsung Galaxy Ring
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Samsung Galaxy Ring features

Thanks to Galaxy AI, users can monitor their wellness, get reports on their health, and receive wellness tips, as “all data and insights are integrated into Samsung Health for seamless access within one cohesive platform without a subscription,” shares Samsung.

What does the Samsung Galaxy Ring track?

  • Sleep: the ring is able to provide users with sleep analysis thanks to its sleep AI algorithm that helps to understand your sleep patterns and Sleep Score.
  • Cycle Tracking: the ring can user’s menstrual cycle through skin temperature monitoring.
  • Heart rate: the device is able to send notifications for “unusually high or low heart rates in real-time via the Samsung Health app.”

The Samsung Galaxy ring will be launched on July 24th.