Noise Launches Smart Ring "Luna" with Multiple Features

The well-known electronics manufacturer, Noise, has introduced its first smart ring, named Luna. Priced at $180, this smart ring boasts a titanium build, weighing a mere 4 grams. Additionally, it is waterproof up to 50 meters and is available in various colors, including gold, silver, and black.

The Luna smart ring from Noise relies on an array of infrared sensors, in addition to temperature and acceleration sensors, to measure and record vital body signs such as heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and skin temperature.

Furthermore, the Luna smart ring can track physical activity, distances covered, and calculate calorie expenditure, aiding individuals in achieving their fitness goals.

The smart ring also monitors a person's sleep and tracks its various stages through vital sign analysis, providing a daily assessment of sleep quality along with recommendations for improvement.

Moreover, the ring offers a comprehensive evaluation known as the "Readiness Score." This assessment is based on several factors that help the user gauge their capability to carry out their tasks throughout the day.

Control over the smart ring is facilitated through an official company application available for both Android and iPhone devices. This app enables the linking of the phone and the ring, providing the user access to all personal data.

Finally, Luna ring supports wireless connectivity to phones through Low Energy Bluetooth (BLE) technology and comes equipped with a battery that lasts up to 6 days, rechargeable using a dedicated charger in just two hours at most.

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