Samsung’s Galaxy Smart Ring May Launch at a Higher Price Than the Galaxy Watch6

Samsung's Galaxy Smart Ring

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Samsung’s Galaxy Smart Ring was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in February. Samsung confirmed that the device would hit the market later this year and be positioned as an alternative to the Galaxy Watch6, offering similar health features.

According to the latest leaks from Yogesh Brar, the Galaxy Ring will launch in the United States with a price range between $300 and $350. This suggests it could be more expensive than the current Oura Smart Ring, which is priced at $349 and features a titanium case rather than plastic at that price.

Samsung's Galaxy Smart Ring

Information from Android Authority indicates that Samsung will also introduce a paid subscription service similar to Oura’s. It still needs to be determined whether this subscription will be essential for using the ring or if it will simply unlock additional health features through Samsung Health.

Regardless, the subscription is expected to cost less than $10 per month. More details about the Samsung Galaxy Ring are anticipated at the Galaxy Unpacked event in July, where the Galaxy Watch7 is also expected to be announced.


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