Samsung announces the launch date of the Galaxy Ring smart ring
Due to Samsung’s reports that making the best phones and the best smartwatches is not enough at this time, and with technological progress, the company has planned to introduce a new category, which is the Galaxy Ring smart ring, and the company has begun preparing the strongest advertisements, setting the launch date for the smart ring at the end of 2024.
Samsung Technology announced the start of testing prototypes of the Galaxy Ring smart ring and plans to release it during the next year and a half.
Samsung may use circuit boards manufactured by the Japanese company Miku in the Galaxy Ring smart ring. New information indicates that the company is considering postponing the release date to the third quarter of 2024 or early 2025.
Features of the Galaxy Ring smart ring:
The Galaxy Ring smart ring will be able to do everything a regular fitness tracker can do, including heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, step tracking, and exercise recording without a screen, so Samsung may offer similar features to other smart rings that have already been launched, such as the “Aura Ring.”.
Galaxy Ring Smart Ring Sizes and Dimensions:
Samsung also indicated that the size of the smart ring depends on the size of the user’s finger, so the new wearable device will come in one of four sizes. It takes about 8 months to 12 months to build the smart ring to obtain medical approval. For this reason, the release date was postponed according to the report.
He also stated that Samsung is working on an artificial intelligence tool similar to “ChatGPT” for internal use only and is expected to be ready to roll out to employees by the end of the year or the beginning of next year.
The company reportedly began working with the Korean company "Navier" last May to develop its artificial intelligence platform after stopping the "ChatGPT" experiment at the beginning of the year following the leak of the service's source codes and details of internal meetings.
The director of Samsung said, in a lecture at Yonsei University in Korea, that the company plans to release its new smart platform in September, according to the “Samsung” website.