Samsung Galaxy Ring to come with Samsung Food integration

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Samsung previewed the Galaxy Ring at MWC 2024 but told us little about what exactly it will do. Today we learn about one of its killer features – meal planning. According to Korean sources, the Samsung Mobile eXperience division (MX) and the Home Appliance department are working together to link Samsung Food with the Galaxy Ring.

This means that Samsung wants to provide meals and diet suggestions using the smart ring.

Samsung Galaxy Ring could become a personal diet coach

Galaxy Ring will monitor your activity during the day, and then Samsung Food, linked to a smart Samsung fridge with AI vision, will provide diet suggestions based on calorie consumption and body mass index (BMI).

In a real futuristic home where the Samsung oven is also linked, the appliance will apply the cooking temperature and time accordingly, and ingredients can also be delivered through the Samsung e-Food center.

Samsung Galaxy Ring could become a personal diet coach

This all sounds lovely in theory, but the reality is that most of these products and services are still available only in Korea and the appliances cost a lot. Nevertheless, once this feature is launched, we might see the effect snowball and other companies jump the hype train.

Samsung Food, on the other hand, is a platform currently available in 104 countries and regions. It is the successor of the app Whisk, which was the biggest social network for sharing recipes before the acquisition took place in 2019. It might start suggesting meal plans once the Galaxy Ring launches in late July, if the rumors are correct.

Source (in Korean)

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