In pictures: Samsung unveils foldable phones that support artificial intelligence and a smart ring

Samsung unveiled a slew of products at its July event on Wednesday, saying they’re up for pre-order now and will all be available by July 24.

The Samsung Galaxy Ring is a smart ring packed with sensors and designed to be worn 24 hours a day to monitor various health metrics. The smart ring costs $399.

It also announced two new foldable phones, the first of which is the “Z Fold 6”, which opens like a book to reveal a larger screen and can be used closed. It reviewed the device’s artificial intelligence features and said that it is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, and its price starts at $1,899.

The other phone is the Z Flip 6, which opens like a traditional phone, but with a bendable screen. When closed, it has a small front screen with apps like a calendar and clock. Its price starts at $1,099.

It has also developed its smartwatches, with the launch of the Watch 7, which starts at $299, as well as the Ultra version, which targets sports people, such as mountain climbers, and works at a wide range of altitudes, from 500 meters below sea level to an altitude of 9,000 meters, and starts at $649.

Samsung has redesigned its Buds 3 wireless headphones, which can translate a foreign language you hear (in a lecture, for example) into the language of the user’s choice. The regular version starts at $179, while the Pro version starts at $249.

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