Galaxy Ring to offer up to 9 days battery life, launch confirmed for H2

Michail, 27 February 2024

Samsung announced its Galaxy Ring yesterday at day one of MWC 2024. While we didn’t get the full spec sheet and pricing details, Samsung did cover some basics like its size, sleep tracking features and Vitality Score capabilities. South Korean publication FNNews is adding some battery details shared by Hon Pak, who serves as the Head of Digital Health at Samsung MX.

Galaxy Ring to offer up to 9 days battery life, launch confirmed for H2

Pak confirmed that Galaxy Ring will offer between 5 and 9 days of battery life. The exact number will vary, but we also heard that the larger-size Galaxy Ring models (Galaxy Ring comes in US sizes 5-13) will be fitted with larger battery cells. This means that the smaller Galaxy Rings will likely be closer to the 5-day limit while larger models could offer up to 9 days on a single charge.

In related news (via The Elec), Samsung also confirmed that the Galaxy Ring will launch in the second half of the year. This will likely coincide with the second Galaxy Unpacked event in July as previously rumored.

You can also check out our first impressions of the Galaxy Ring here.

Source 1Source 2 (both in Korean)


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 02 Mar 2024
  • YYX

Smart rings like this one (and smart wearables in general) are a nightmare for people with OCD, lol.

  • Moko
  • 01 Mar 2024
  • 4Ak

If I can hold my finger to my head and answer phone calls with it I'm down, otherwise hard pass on this ring tech to gather your vitals and sell to a 3rd party.

no problem if you wash hands in 1-2 hours

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