Samsung Electronics Introduces Galaxy Ring at Mobile World Congress

BARCELONA — Samsung Electronics Co. has officially unveiled its new Galaxy Ring, a smart device focused on digital healthcare, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona, Spain. The device, which marks its first public appearance, was presented in three colors and nine sizes at Samsung's booth on the first day of the event, which is being held at Fira Gran Via.

According to Yonhap News Agency, the Galaxy Ring is designed for comfort during sleep and features an inner surface that contours to the user's finger for precise health data measurement. However, the company stated that it would not release specific details about the device's specifications until its official launch. The presentation of the wearable device in transparent boxes restricted visitors from having a hands-on experience.

The announcement of the Galaxy Ring follows a teaser from Samsung Electronics about the new device during the Galaxy S24 Unpacked event in California last month. The Galaxy Ring is expected to be available for purchase later in 2024, expanding Samsung's portfolio of digital health-focused wearable technologies.

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