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Samsung Galaxy Ring Expected Pricing and Subscription Details Unveiled

Samsung Galaxy Ring Expected Pricing and Subscription Details Unveiled

by Aiman MaulanaMay 28, 2024
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Samsung may have teased the Galaxy Ring back in February, but key details about this innovative health-tracking device remain under wraps. Recent leaks, however, have shed light on potential pricing and a subscription model that Samsung might introduce alongside the ring.

Samsung Galaxy Ring to Have a Subscription Model?

Samsung Galaxy Ring Expected Pricing and Subscription Details Unveiled

According to tipster Yogesh Brar, the Samsung Galaxy Ring is expected to be priced between $300 and $350 in the United States. In India, the pricing is anticipated to be around ₹35,000. These price points place the Galaxy Ring in the higher end of the wearable tech market, aligning it with other premium health-focused devices.

In addition to the initial cost, Samsung is rumored to introduce a subscription model for the Galaxy Ring. While it’s not yet clear if the subscription will be mandatory, it is expected to enhance the user’s experience. The subscription will reportedly be priced “under $10” per month and will be linked to Samsung Health.

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Ring – A New Frontier in Wearable Health Tech

This move aligns with similar strategies employed by competitors. For instance, Fitbit Premium costs $10 per month or $80 annually, Apple Fitness+ offers a comparable price, and the Oura Ring’s Membership subscription is $6 per month or $70 per year. Samsung seems to be following suit, aiming to secure recurring revenue through its subscription model.

While specific details about what the subscription will offer are still unknown, it’s speculated that it will provide more than just basic health tracking. Samsung Electronics VP Dr. Hon Pak hinted at this in a CNBC interview, suggesting that the subscription might include advanced features and integrations. One possibility is that the Galaxy Ring subscription could integrate with Samsung Food, offering detailed meal plans and diet suggestions tailored to the user’s health data collected by the ring.

As the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Ring approaches, the expected pricing and subscription details suggest that Samsung is positioning this device as a premium health and wellness accessory. By offering advanced features through a subscription model, Samsung aims to provide a comprehensive health-tracking experience that could set the Galaxy Ring apart from its competitors.


Pokdepinion: I’m not too sure how I’d feel about a subscription model here. I’d rather it be a more simplified smartwatch but before I pass judgment, i might as well wait and see what features the alleged subscription model would bring.

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