Samsung Galaxy Ring Price Leak: Not for Budget Buyers

Samsung Galaxy Ring Price Leak: Not for Budget Buyers

The Samsung Galaxy Ring, initially hinted at in January, is gearing up for an official release on July 10th. While many details are still under wraps, a recent leak has possibly revealed the price for this new wearable.

Pricing Details

According to Dealabs, the Galaxy Ring is expected to be priced at €449 in France. When converted, this is roughly $485, £380, and AU$720.

For comparison, the popular Oura Ring starts at $299, with some variations reaching similar prices to the leaked cost of the Galaxy Ring. Samsung will need a solid justification for this price point, especially since there will also be an additional subscription service that could further drive up the total cost.

Color and Size Options

The leak also indicated that the ring will be available in three colors — black, silver, and gold — and in nine different sizes, ranging from US standard 5 to 13. Interestingly, the battery life is rumored to be proportional to the ring size, meaning users with larger fingers might enjoy longer battery life.

The Galaxy Ring is expected to hit shelves in France on July 19, following its official unveiling on July 10th. It remains unclear whether this suggests a nine-day pre-order window or if pre-orders will commence on July 19, although a pre-order period starting on July 10th seems more likely.

Subscription Model

The report does not provide specific details regarding the subscription model, but it’s worth noting that this approach is not new. Oura, Fitbit, and Apple also offer subscription models for their wearables.

These subscriptions typically unlock additional health tracking features and provide more detailed analysis. It remains uncertain whether the subscription cost is included in the rumored €449 price.

Samsung is expected to formally introduce the Galaxy Ring at the Unpacked 2024 event in Paris on July 10th, where it will also reveal new foldable devices. Interested consumers in select markets can currently reserve next-generation Galaxy devices for a chance to receive $50 in Samsung Credit and enter a $5,000 sweepstakes.

Samsung Galaxy Ring Price Leak: Not for Budget Buyers
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