The Samsung Galaxy Ring has been in development for quite some time. Basically, Samsung wants a legal declaration that its product (the Galaxy Ring) doesn’t infringe on the patents of Oura. They have filed a court filing seeking a declaratory judgment of non-infringement. The Finnish company Oura is one of the key players in the product category.

Samsung mentioned on page 3 of the suit that they have completed the design of the Galaxy Ring and expect to begin mass production of the product by mid-June. According to the document, Samsung plans to release the Galaxy Ring in the US “around August of this year.” So we are only two months away from the product’s release. In which other countries will the wearable ring be available, the company has not revealed.

At the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, which is reportedly scheduled for July, Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Ring along with the Galaxy Z Fold6. In the past, the company has announced foldables in July and released them in early August. Samsung is expected to unveil the new wearable ring at its Galaxy Unpacked event, as the suit basically confirms.

Features of Galaxy Ring:

In addition, the document reveals some of the Galaxy Ring’s health-tracking capabilities. The Galaxy Ring uses Samsung’s extensive health and fitness tracking technology, including the Galaxy Watch and the Samsung Health app, to provide users with valuable insight and offer guidance to improve their health and wellbeing. It monitors heart rate, heart rate variability, blood oxygen, movement, and sleep. According to reports, the total health tracking system will also provide an energy score.

At Galaxy Unpacked, Samsung may announce additional features.