Samsung has caught the attention of the tech world once again with its latest releases – the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Combined with cutting-edge functionalities and stunning designs, this smartwatch offers the next-level wearable experience.
As of now, the Korean tech giant is releasing the first update to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Plugin. This update is expected to bring improvements and enhancements to the smartwatch experiences of the users.
The first plugin update of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 smartwatch can identify through version 188.8.131.5272051 and it weighs 173.99 MB package. You can get this update through Galaxy Store, just need to connect your watch to your smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic arrive with fitness and health tracking capabilities including heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and blood oxygen level monitoring. Additionally, users can expect a variety of customizable watch faces and a wide array of apps to expand the smartwatches’ functionalities further.
Samsung Galaxy Ring expected price leaked, following official unveiling
At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024, Samsung Electronics unveiled its next innovation in the wearable segment, dubbed as Galaxy Ring, and now its expected price has been leaked, giving users a hint at the amount, they need to spend for this wearable device that monitors health data.
According to the details of tipster@TheGalox_, the price of the Samsung Galaxy Ring could start at $249. It’s tipped to be the most advanced Ring on the market, and its closest competitor is anywhere from $299 to $549. Therefore, the cost of the Galaxy Ring could be between $250 to $299.
It means the price tag of Samsung’s first Galaxy Ring could fall somewhere between Galaxy smartwatches and the recently released Galaxy Fit 3 fitness tracker. However, the exact pricing of the latest fitness tracker is currently under wraps, but we can expect to get more confirmed information on this soon.
Moving on, the South Korean tech giant has provided visitors a chance to try the Galaxy Ring on their fingers, and in the shared images, the wearable looks attractive. Also, the Ring will be available in nine sizes to fit different fingers and comes with three color options- black, gold, and silver.
My price guess of the Galaxy Ring
It's the most advanced Ring on the market, it's closest competitor is anywhere from $299 to $549. A price of around $250 to $299 seems the most possible to me pic.twitter.com/59Au4K79Fo
— Anthony (@TheGalox_) February 27, 2024
Samsung unveils ‘Galaxy Ring’ at MWC 2024: A wearable device that monitors health data
Samsung has introduced its latest innovation in wearable technology, the ‘Galaxy Ring‘, at the Mobile World Congress 2024 (MWC24) in Barcelona, Spain. The ‘Galaxy Ring’ is a smart ring that can be worn on any finger and can track various health metrics such as heart rate, blood pressure, sleep quality, and stress levels.
The ‘Galaxy Ring’ is designed to be comfortable and can be worn even while sleeping. The inner surface of the ring wraps around the finger to measure detailed health data.
Samsung Galaxy Ring comes in three colors – black, gold, and silver. it is available in nine sizes to fit different fingers. Samsung has also showcased the ring’s sleek and elegant design at the MWC24, where visitors can see and try the device for themselves.
The Korean tech giant has not yet announced the price and release date of the ‘Galaxy Ring’, but it is expected to launch within the year. The ‘Galaxy Ring’ is part of Samsung’s vision to create a connected ecosystem of devices that enhance the user’s lifestyle and well-being.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Series will get new Vitality Score feature later this year
Samsung officially unveiled its next wearable device the Galaxy Ring at MWC 2024, and also revealed some of its advanced features. However, the best part here is that, one of its prominent, Vitality Score feature will also be released for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series later this year.
According to the information, Samsung announced that the Vitality Score feature will come to the Galaxy Watch 6 series, but it will only work when the smartwatch is paired with the Galaxy S24 series. This means the consumers of the current smartwatch lineup could enjoy some functionalities of the Galaxy Ring.
To be mentioned, the Vitality Score feature might arrive for the Galaxy Watch 6 series later this year and is likely to be released to all future Galaxy Watches and might work with future high-end smartphones.
Moving on, this new feature is based on a model from the University of Georgia, and it uses four factors: Activity, Resting Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability, and Sleep. Which are considered to offer each user a Vitality Score, and help them get personalized health insights.
My Vitality Score will be made available on Samsung Health within 2024. Availability may vary by market, carrier, or wearable device. Features are intended for general wellness and fitness purposes only. The measurements are for your personal reference only. Please consult a medical professional for advice.