A smart wearable from Samsung will start production in one month.

For more than a year, there have been whispers around Samsung’s upcoming smart ring. The South Korean juggernaut has completed the development process and will begin production starting next month, so it turns out we might get the first look at the ring, which may be called the “Galaxy Ring,” shortly.

According to the most recent speculations, Samsung has already sourced hardware for its Galaxy Ring. Now that everything is figured out, all that is left to do is choose when to begin manufacturing the upcoming smart wearable.

Even if the start of manufacturing might be as soon as next month, we will have to wait until 2024 to see the ring. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but the gadget has previously undergone common regulatory processes, such as certifications, and has a position as a “medical device,” which might entail detecting abnormal cardiac rhythms and ECG similar to the Galaxy Watch series.

This interesting development was announced by the South Korean website The Elec, which claims that Samsung recently finished testing a prototype. The article says that the Samsung Galaxy S24 series might see a debut sometime in 2019.

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