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I’m never wearing a smartwatch to sleep again

Sunday Runday

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In this weekly column, Android Central Wearables Editor Michael Hicks talks about the world of wearables, apps, and fitness tech related to running and health, in his quest to get faster and more fit.

A smart ring can’t replace a smartwatch. It can’t fit all the sensors, haptics, and other components needed for apps, notifications, and calling. Aside from that, I’m skeptical that a smart ring can match a watch for step count or workout data. But sleep tracking? I can’t see anyone continuing to wear a smartwatch after trying their first smart ring. 

I’ve been testing the Ultrahuman Ring Air for a little over a week, and I quite like its sleep-tracking features thus far. However, my new belief isn’t about one brand in particular; it could easily apply to the Oura Ring Gen 3 that a couple of my colleagues love or the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Ring. What matters is the form factor. 



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