Samsung Galaxy Ring Won’t Be Revealed In Q1 2024
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Ring was tipped to be released in January next year. However, now it’s expected to launch during Q3 2024, or Q1 2025, no longer alongside the Galaxy S24 lineup.
Sources claimed the design is yet to be finalised, and in its current stage, it supports multiple features but is too large for commercialisation. This means the phone is too bulky and weighty to be sold to consumers.
Samsung are expected to reduce the size, while maintaining as many functions as possible. It also won’t be sold in only one size, as the company are working on a model that will come in four sizes.
For the development, the company have partnered with multiple companies including Doosung Tech and Korea Seongjeon.
Sources also claim that Samsung is hoping to unveil the ring during Q3 2024 alongside the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6.
However, it appears this will only be possible if the company doesn’t apply for medical device certification, as this may take months. By applying for this certification, the launch will be delayed until Q1 2025.
Sources also claim the company are tossing up the idea of a Galaxy Ring that can work with XR (extended reality) and MR (mixed reality) devices.