Samsung Galaxy Ring Confirmed To Arrive Later This Year In Market

The much-awaited Samsung Galaxy Ring is showcased for the first time at Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona today. And it is revealed to come in three different colours for users. Along with this showcase, the company has also brought some key details from its newsroom.

As per the announcement, the company will launch the Galaxy Ring later this year in the market. Samsung has said, “Galaxy Ring will offer users an all-new way to simplify everyday wellness, empowering them with greater insights and more ways to understand themselves day and night”.

“With Galaxy Ring, users can embrace an unrivaled experience during every step of their wellness journey, all while being delivered in lockstep with Samsung’s broader vision for a more connected, integrated, and seamless digital wellness platform”

It will also leverage the intelligence of AI that will help users receive more personalised insights and tailored health experiences. The smartphone will be a primary access point for AI whereas the Galaxy Ring will be a convenient wearable for the users to wear for it full day. Samsung says that with Galaxy Ring users can embrace unrivaled experience during every step of their wellness journey.




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