Samsung Galaxy Ring: Eight sizes unveiled ahead of launch

Samsung Galaxy Ring will have features which will help users keep track of their health and sleep
An undated image of Galaxy Ring. — Samsung

An undated image of Galaxy Ring. — Samsung 

People are looking forward to Samsung's new wearable device, the Galaxy Ring. Since the South Korean tech giant first showed a little peek of it at the Galaxy Unpacked Event in January, folks have been super excited to learn more. Recently, some information has been leaked, giving us a better idea of what this new gadget will be like.

Recent reports have given us some information about the model numbers of the Galaxy Ring. It looks like this device will be available in eight different sizes, which is pretty interesting. Samsung hasn't said much about what exactly the Galaxy Ring will do, but rumours suggest it will have fancy features like keeping track of your health and sleep. It'll last for about nine days without needing to be charged again.

A report from Galaxy Club says there are eight different versions of the Galaxy Ring, each with its own special model number. These versions are called SM-Q500, SM-Q501, SM-Q502, SM-Q505, SM-Q506, SM-Q507, SM-Q508, and SM-Q509.

Reports suggest that these model numbers might match up with different ring sizes in the US. For example, the smallest might be SM-Q500, and the biggest could be SM-Q509, which could fit fingers up to size 13. This lines up with what a tech expert said before about trying out a prototype that went up to size 13.

Also, it seems like the Galaxy Ring will come in three different looks, which is a nice touch. Samsung says it'll last for nine days before needing a charge, which is pretty handy for people who use it every day.

Samsung seems to be getting ready to make a lot of Galaxy Rings, with over 400,000 of them already being made. They're going to start making even more next month, which means we might see them on sale really soon.