According to the Korean publication The Elec, Samsung’s Galaxy Ring will be unveiled in either Q3 2024 or Q1 2025 instead of January 2024 with the Galaxy S24 lineup.

According to the publication, the Samsung Galaxy Ring’s design has not been finalized and it supports multiple features, but it is too large to be commercialized. As many features as possible will be implemented into the Galaxy Ring while Samsung reduces its size.

Furthermore, Samsung is developing a Galaxy Ring model that will come in four sizes instead of just one. Several companies have collaborated on the development of the Galaxy Ring, including Doosung Tech and Korea Seongjeon.

According to the source, Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy Ring along with the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6 in Q3 2024. That would only be possible if Samsung does not apply for medical device certification for the Galaxy Ring, which could take months. This could delay the launch until Q1 2025 if it happens.

It is also reported that Samsung is considering a Galaxy Ring that can work with extended reality (XR) and mixed reality (MR) devices.