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Thursday, 22 March 2018

The Samsung Galaxy S9 measures your blood pressure, and yes, we want that on the iPhone



Some weeks ago, Samsung officially presented the new Galaxy S9 in the framework of the Mobile World Congress that was held in Barcelona. Without too much news about his predecessor, many blamed the South Korean company for not very innovative, although they did not value in depth some of the news, such as the blood monitor that includes the new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + .

And the new Samsung devices include a heart rate monitor, which also allows control of blood pressure . There are already many voices that demand Apple to incorporate it into their new iPhone, although in Cupertino they are looking the other way, mainly due to the lack of accuracy of the data collected by this new blood monitor.

And is that the recorded pressure readings are not entirely accurate if we compare them with those that can be collected with traditional bracelets. This new blood monitor is part of a joint program between Samsung and the University of California, San Francisco, which continues to work to provide users with accurate data, which could save many lives if they were obtained.

There is no doubt that a monitor of this type would be really interesting on our mobile devices, as long as it gave us exact data, but at the moment it seems that we will only see it in the Galaxy S9 , which has managed to overcome in this and in other aspects the iPhone X And in Cupertino have always been reluctant to make the iPhone a health instrument, when we already have Apple Watch, which is the device par excellence of Apple related to health.


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Via | cultofmac 

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