The ring will track various sleep stages, potentially including sleep apnea detection.

You can expect continuous heart rate monitoring throughout the day and night.

Reports suggest the Galaxy Ring might also track breathing rate, blood oxygen levels, and activity (steps, distance).

This uses data from sleep, activity, and resting heart rate to provide a score on a 0-200 scale, indicating your overall health and energy levels.

There might be some control functionality for other Samsung SmartThings devices.

Samsung Pay integration is a possibility for contactless payments.

 While battery life (between 5-9 days) on a single charge.

Early reports suggest it might only work with Samsung Galaxy phones initially, with broader Android support coming later.

No official pricing yet, it might be priced similarly to competitor rings around $300.