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One more thing… It seems like we are talking about Apple, but no, it’s Samsung who had a glorious week last week with the presentation of its Galaxy S24 series and the unexpected final announcement of the new smart ring, about which they didn’t reveal much.
Now, we do talk about Apple, and it seems that Samsung will limit the compatibility of its new smart ring to Android users, excluding those who own an iPhone of any generation from its compatibility—a common tactic used by Cupertino, which is now turned against them.
The Koreans are building a lot of hype around their first smart ring, and if they succeed, it will be the most comprehensive on the market
Although it seems that the Koreans’ plans do not stop there. Like the Galaxy Watch, it is very likely that some of the most advanced features of the Galaxy Ring will be exclusive to users of a device from the three-star company.
Exactly what the Galaxy Ring will be capable of is still unknown, but specialists predict a promising future for it, especially in relation to the XR viewer that Samsung will unveil this year. Not only that, but it will also give a boost to the Samsung Health app since it is a lightweight device that is easy to use at night or in situations where a watch might be inconvenient, making the collection of medical data more complete.
Not only that, Samsung is reportedly working against the clock to make its brand-new ring capable of achieving a technological milestone: the ability to measure blood glucose, which would be a significant breakthrough and a great help for all those people who have sugar-related issues.
If successful, Samsung will set the path for a new range of products and seems very determined not to share the success, requiring anyone who wants to enjoy this wonderful wearable to be a user of a Samsung device.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version