Report confirms Samsung Galaxy Ring (SM-Q) lacks firmware structure

We know much about the Samsung Galaxy Ring and a recent report also confirms that the next wearable (SM-Q) lacks firmware structure. Following the unveiling of the Galaxy Ring at MWC 2024, Galaxy fans and tech enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the launch of this unique wearable device.

According to the information, the Galaxy Ring will be included in an unexplored lineup, yes, the Korean tech giant has launched a new SM-Q product series for the first Ring. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Ring with model number (SM-Q) does not have a firmware structure like phones or smartwatches.

This means users will be able to buy the Galaxy Ring with country codes like EUA, EUB, EUC, EUD, EUE, EUF, or XAR and ASA. So far, Samsung released its wearables in the SM-R series such as Galaxy Buds 2 Pro with model number SM-R510 and Watch 6 with SM-R930.

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But now with the launch of Galaxy Ring, this is going to change to SM-Q. However, there are also possibilities that, the upcoming device that can be worn on fingers will carry the model number SM-Q500. Furthermore, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Ring in July 2024 alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6.

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