Galaxy Ring Launch Expected Alongside Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6 in July 2024

Samsung’s second major Galaxy Unpacked event of the year is typically in July. We’re about five months away, but know what to expect at this event. Samsung is already testing One UI 6.1.1 internally for the Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6. We already have a teaser for the upcoming Galaxy Ring.

The Galaxy Ring is a first-generation smart ring that mostly features health and fitness tracking, sleep tracking, and more. The teaser doesn’t mention a particular date, but we can expect the public launch in H2 2024 after the second Galaxy Unpacked event.

There’s a slim chance that we might see the Galaxy Tab S10 series. However, Samsung will mostly reserve these for the end of the year. According to some leaks, the Galaxy Z series will see a new mid-range entry this year. Samsung could launch the Galaxy Z Fold 6 FE, a cheaper Fold 6 with a weaker camera system and chipset with a lower price tag.

This will probably increase the demand for Samsung’s foldable even further. There were leaks of Samsung releasing a triple-folding phone this year, but we’re not sure whether that’ll happen at the second Galaxy Unpacked event or sometime in the future.

Samsung will probably make the new Galaxy Ring the highlight of the event. The new Z Fold 6, Z Flip 6, and maybe the FE will also be announced alongside. The Galaxy Ring is currently in the prototype stage, and they’re running tests to optimize it further and obtain more approvals of its accuracy.

Galaxy Ring Teaser

The Galaxy Ring is apparently very good at sleep tracking. If it gets approval, it could also track Blood Pressure. We expect atrial fibrillation warnings and inconsistent heart rate tracking as well. If everything goes well, it’ll enter mass production in Q2 2024, and we’ll see a launch at the event. The Galaxy Ring will allegedly have eight sizes to accommodate different consumers.

It could have Samsung-specific ecosystem features as well. We expect remote wireless device control, sort of like an IR Blaster. It might get Samsung Pay support, too.

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