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MWC 2024 | Samsung discloses battery life of upcoming Galaxy Ring

Two Samsung executives have confirmed the expected battery life of the Galaxy Ring at MWC 2024. Prototypes of the wearable are on show at the event, with the gadget expected to launch later this year. The estimated runtime of the wearable could make it the longest-lasting smart ring compared to major competitors like Oura.

Samsung has revealed the expected battery life for its upcoming Galaxy Ring. The information was shared by several media outlets, like FNNews and TechM, indicating that the information had come from Samsung Electronics President Roh Tae-moon and Vice President Hon Pak during MWC 2024.

The Samsung Galaxy Ring is said to run for five to nine days on a single charge. The wearable will have a battery with a capacity between 14.5 mAh and 21.5 mAh, depending on the size; the ring will be offered in nine sizes from 5 to 3. Further details, such as the time required for a full recharge, have yet to be revealed. This appears to make the Galaxy Ring the longest-lasting health-tracking smart ring compared to major competitors.

For example, the Oura Ring is expected to last up to seven days, with 15mAh to 22mAh capacity LiPo batteries used across the ring sizes from 6 to 13. However, users report that four to five days is a more accurate estimate. RingConn’s smart ring appears to have the same runtime on average as the Oura model. The Ultrahuman Ring Air is said to last for six days, and Movano suggests that its Evie Ring will last for at least four days. The accuracy of the Samsung's estimate for the Galaxy Ring’s battery life will be revealed when the wearable launches later this year.

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Polly Allcock, 2024-02-28 (Update: 2024-05-20)