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Samsung Galaxy Ring spotted on Bluetooth SIG with a total of 9 model numbers

We already know much about what Samsung is planning to unveil on 10th July. With just a few days left until the launch event, it’s likely that more leaks will surface. Adding to the list, we have now spotted the Galaxy Ring on the Bluetooth SIG certification website, revealing a total of nine model numbers, which I will discuss in this article.

Samsung Galaxy Ring Bluetooth SIG

For those who enjoy tracking gadgets, the Bluetooth SIG website was recently down for checking new certified gadgets. It’s now back up, but they have removed some details that the certification used to provide, such as the Bluetooth version the device will have.

Now, moving on to what you all have been waiting for: the Galaxy Ring has a total of nine model numbers: “SM-Q500, SM-Q501, SM-Q502, SM-Q503, SM-Q505, SM-Q506, SM-Q507, SM-Q508, and SM-Q509”. This suggests that there will be nine sizes available. The listing also reveals that the ring includes sensors for healthcare purposes. However, the FCC listing revealed eight model numbers and even showed the battery specifications. I am adding the table below for your reference. So as per the Bluetooth SIG, it appears it might come in nine sizes.

Variant model number

Description (Data source – FCC)


Ring size: 5, Battery capacity(rated): 17.0 mAh


Ring size: 6, Battery capacity(rated): 17.0 mAh


Ring size: 7, Battery capacity(rated): 17.0 mAh


Ring size: 8, Battery capacity(rated): 18.5 mAh


Ring size: 9, Battery capacity(rated): 18.5 mAh


Ring size: 10, Battery capacity(rated): 18.5 mAh


Ring size: 11, Battery capacity(rated): 18.5 mAh


Ring size: 12, Battery capacity (rated): 22.5 mAh

A few days ago, Android Authority disclosed some of the health features it will offer. According to the publication, the ring will allow you to check your heart rate and stress levels, measure your skin temperature, and even predict menstrual cycles. Additionally, it will be able to detect if you snore at night.

The rest of the details, such as pricing and full specifications, are still under wraps, but we will soon learn what this new ring is capable of.

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