Noise Luna Ring unveiled with skin temperature and SpO2 sensors
Noise has unveiled the Luna Ring, a health-tracking wearable, in India. The device is similar to gadgets like the Oura Smart Ring or RingConn Smart Ring. Thanks to various built-in sensors, you can use the smart ring to measure over 70 metrics, according to the brand. The gadget includes heart rate, SpO2 and skin temperature sensors to track your biometrics, and a motion sensor.
The Luna Ring then uses these data points to calculate scores from 0 to 100 for three areas: Sleep, Readiness and Activity. The wearable has a 3 mm (~0.1-in) thick titanium casing, available in black or silver, and is waterproof to 50 m (~164 ft). Noise has confirmed that the ring will be offered in various sizes, with a sizing kit used to determine your best fit. You can view your data in the accompanying app, which does not require a subscription. The brand also notes that its new gadget will be compatible with both Android and iOS.
The ring is expected to last for up to seven days on a single charge, fully recharging in around an hour. You can now pre-order the Noise Luna Ring in India with a ₹2,000 (~US$24) deposit, securing ₹3,000 (~US$37) off your purchase. The company has yet to reveal the retail price of its health wearable or details on when it will go on sale or ship to customers.