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Samsung Galaxy Ring leak reveals key health-tracking features

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The Samsung Galaxy Ring is expected to make an appearance at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked presentation on July 10. While we’ve physically seen the smart ring before, we still don’t know much about what it will accomplish, how much it will cost, or when it will be available for purchase. However, this fresh leak could fill in the gaps ahead of the Unpacked event.

Android Authority claims to have discovered important information about the Galaxy Ring in a fresh APK deconstruction of the Samsung Health app. So, while this isn’t a whole picture of what the ring could give, understanding how the band and app work together is rather eye opening.

Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy Ring will be able to monitor both heart rate and stress levels. Which is the bare minimum of what every health-related wearable should perform. Furthermore, the ring appears to be capable of measuring skin temperature, predicting periods, and even detecting snoring.

Snore detection is already available on select Galaxy Watches, and it uses both the smartwatch and your phone to determine how much noise you make while sleeping.

The Galaxy Ring appears to work in a similar fashion, with screenshots indicating that it may be used to measure snoring as long as your phone is charging nearby.

In reality, all of these capabilities can be accomplished with a recent Galaxy Watch, and we expect the Galaxy Watch 7 to be unveiled at Galaxy Unpacked as well. While Android Authority’s APK deconstruction isn’t explicit, we may expect the ring to provide a little more — while also being thinner and less cumbersome than a smartwatch.

Samsung promises that the Galaxy Watch can last up to 9 days on a single charge, however this will undoubtedly depend on the functions you utilize and the specific size. According to FCC filings, there will be three different Galaxy Ring sizers, each with a 17 mAh, 18.5 mAh, and 22 mAh battery.

According to reports, the Galaxy Ring may incorporate an ECG sensor as well as a sensor for “blood flow measurements”. The specifics have not been revealed, and Samsung has been hesitant to provide any information thus far.

Thankfully, Galaxy Unpacked is next week, so we won’t have to wait long before Samsung releases additional information.

Achraf Grini
Achraf Grini
Hello This is AG. I am a Tech lover and I have long been a promoter and editor for a shopping company, I have followed smartphones and headphones and others. I covers iOS, Android, Windows and macOS, writing tutorials, buying guides and reviews.

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