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Technology Samsung's next Galaxy Watch gets spoiled by the FCC

16:25  31 may  2020
16:25  31 may  2020 Source:   engadget.com

Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 gets blood pressure monitoring

  Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 gets blood pressure monitoring Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 was designed with a raft of health monitoring features in mind, but it’s taken a while for some, such as the ECG sensor, to get the official go-ahead from the relevant authorities. Now, after being given the green light by the South Korean drug safety agency, Samsung is rolling out blood pressure monitoring to the device. As with the ECG sensor, though, it’ll only be available for users in South Korea. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 Blood Pressure Monitoring Nonetheless, the move once again highlights just how much the device is capable of.

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If Samsung was hoping to keep plans for a Galaxy Watch sequel under wraps, it’s probably disappointed. Droid-Life (via 9to5Google) has discovered a series of FCC filings that not-so-subtly reveal the next version of Samsung’s flagship smartwatch. It’s superficially similar, complete with 5ATM water resistance, GPS and LTE models. However, Samsung is backing slightly away from its tendency toward giant smartwatches — the larger model will have a 45mm case instead of the current 46mm, while the more reasonably-sized 42mm model will shrink to 41mm.

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What few images are available only show the back of the watch, so it’s unclear if the control scheme will change to the touch-based bezel of the Watch Active 2. SamMobilesources insist that the rotating bezel of the Galaxy Watch will return, though, so fans of direct physical control might get to breathe a sigh of relief.

Upcoming Samsung app will enable Galaxy smartwatches to monitor blood pressure

  Upcoming Samsung app will enable Galaxy smartwatches to monitor blood pressure Samsung has announced that its upcoming Health Monitor application, which will enable Galaxy Watches to monitor the wearer's blood pressure, was just cleared by South Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, officially certifying it as a "government-cleared, over-the-counter and cuffless blood pressure monitoring application." On Tuesday, Samsung officially announced and demonstrated in a YouTube video how its Galaxy smartwatches will soon be able to monitor and track the wearer's blood pressure thanks to an upcoming application: the Samsung Health Monitor app. This tool lets people check their blood pressure anytime they please.

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Samsung Community. : Get Help. : Wearables. : Galaxy Watch . Hello, I am having the same issue. I got the Galaxy Watch Active 2 for Christmas and it has been working fine but around 3 days ago it started disconnecting from my Google Pixel 3 running Android Version 10.

It’s not certain when the new watch would ship. Samsung has sometimes launched new wristwear alongside Galaxy Note updates in late summer, mind you, so don’t be surprised if this refresh is available by August or earlier.

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Samsung may have leaked the Note 20 Ultra on its own website .
Samsung may have accidentally unveiled its next flagship ahead of schedule. On the company’s official Russian, Ukrainian and Chinese Note 8 product pages, there’s a photo of a new Note-series phone. According to frequent Samsung leaker Max Weinbach, who was among the first to spot the goof, the unannounced device is the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The phone is pictured in a new color reportedly called “Mystic Bronze.” Samsung accidently posted the Note20 Ultra in Mystic Bronze on their Russian website. It looks great! pic.twitter.

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