How to preorder the Samsung Galaxy Ring, a new wearable health-tracker

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    The Samsung Galaxy Ring is now available to order as of July 10, 2024.


    Samsung’s new Galaxy Ring is finally available for preorder. Designed as a competitor to the Oura Ring, the new device is a health-tracking wearable that can help you monitor your vitals, activity, and more. With up to seven days of battery life, it’s designed to fit seamlessly into your life.

    The Galaxy Ring starts at $400 and is available for preorder from Samsung, Amazon, and AT&T. It officially releases on July 24. If you’re unsure what size you’d wear, Samsung offers a free sizing kit if you order it directly from its site. 

     Samsung Galaxy Ring features

    The Samsung Galaxy Ring is similar to a fitness tracker or smartwatch but with a much smaller form factor. In exchange, you lose a screen and some of the metrics measured. Here are some of the things the Samsung Galaxy Ring uses its three sensors to track:

    Heart rateTemperatureSleep patterns Distance and speed

    In addition to that, Samsung’s latest wearables include features backed by Galaxy AI: Energy Score and Wellness Tips. 

    One of the main benefits of a Galaxy Ring, when compared to the Oura Ring, is the lack of a membership fee. For Oura wearers, perks like personal guidance and insights are locked behind a $6 monthly fee. Galaxy Ring wearers get similar tracking and advice for no additional cost.

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    Learn more about the new device and our impressions after trying it in our Samsung Galaxy Ring features breakdown.

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