Samsung has recently launched an innovative health feature for its Galaxy Watch6 series in India. The new feature includes blood pressure (BP) and electrocardiogram (ECG) tracking, available through an over-the-air update. The Galaxy Watch6 series in India now features blood pressure and electrocardiogram (ECG) tracking for the first time.
What Happened? This health-focused update, approved by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation, allows users to monitor their blood pressure and ECG directly from their Galaxy Watch. To access these features, users must download the Samsung Health Monitor App and follow the setup instructions.
How it works: The BP monitoring process involves downloading the app on both the Galaxy Watch and smartphone, calibrating the watch, and measuring blood pressure. The ECG reading requires pairing the watch with a smartphone, wearing the watch snugly, and using the app to record the ECG. The data is then synced to the smartphone, where a detailed report is generated.
These health-tracking features aim to support users in maintaining their fitness routines and keeping up with regular health check-ups. The Galaxy Watch6 Series, known for its comprehensive health offerings and sleek design, starts at ₹23,999 according to Samsung’s official website.
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