Samsung Galaxy Ring Delivery Process Revealed in New Leak: How it Might Work


The Samsung Galaxy Ring was teased at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event earlier this year. The South Korean tech brand showed off the ring at MWC 2024 while revealing more details. The wearable device with health tracking features is expected to be official in July and leaks about its price and availability are flowing a bit more on the web. More recently, a prominent insider has revealed Samsung's delivery process for the Galaxy Ring.

Tipster Evan Blass shared the process of purchasing the Galaxy Ring via email to Gadgets 360. The image shown in the email suggests two delivery options. People who know their finger size can select the size and order directly. For those who don't know their size, the process is said to be a bit longer.

Supposed Samsung Galaxy Ring delivery process
Photo credit: Evan Blass

According to the image shared by Blass, Samsung will send a size kit for users who are unsure of their size. These sample rings will be based on standard US sizing and users can confirm their sizes and place orders after determining the optimal size through the “My Order” page. Customers will then receive an email confirmation of their order and Samsung will deliver the product to them. The official-looking image shared by the tipster appears to have been taken from Samsung's online ordering page.

The Galaxy Ring is priced at Rs. 35,000 in India. In the US, it is likely to be priced between $300-$350 (roughly Rs. 25,000-30,000). Samsung could add an optional subscription to go along with the laptop. In the US, the monthly cost will be less than $10 (roughly Rs. 800).

Samsung showed off the Galaxy Ring in January during the Galaxy Unpacked event. The brand showed it in February at MWC. It is expected to be presented at the upcoming Unpacked event. The ring is confirmed to be available in three color options, possibly black, gold and silver. It will run on the Samsung Health platform and is likely to come with a heart rate sensor, an SpO2 (blood oxygen) sensor, a sleep tracker and more.

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