Galaxy Ring buyers with bigger fingers will enjoy higher battery life

Samsung’s most anticipated and exciting new product, the Galaxy Ring, is very close to its official launch. We already know quite a bit about the smart ring, and as we get closer to the launch, we will likely be served with a lot more information that Samsung would want to keep under wraps before July’s Unpacked event.

On the menu today is information about the Galaxy Ring’s battery. FCC certification has revealed the battery capacities for the upcoming wearable, confirming that like Samsung’s smartwatches, the Galaxy Ring’s battery capacity will depend on its size.

The Galaxy Ring will come in sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13; the first three will have a 17 mAh battery, sizes 8-11 will have an 18.5 mAh battery, and size 12 will have a 22.5 mAh battery. The capacity isn’t listed for the largest Galaxy Ring size (13), but we can expect it to be the same as that of size 12.

The Galaxy Ring is a tiny product, so it’s not surprising that the batteries are tiny as well. However, battery life should be similar on most sizes. Samsung MX head TM Roh revealed earlier that the Galaxy Ring can last up to nine days on a single charge, though we can expect real-world endurance to be slightly lower than whatever Samsung’s official claims will be.

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