Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 and Galaxy Watch3 learned to take ECG and measure blood pressure

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 and Galaxy Watch3 learned to take ECG and measure blood pressure

Samsung has announced that its Galaxy Watch Active2 and Galaxy Watch3 have finally received ECG and blood pressure functions in 31 markets worldwide.

Unfortunately, Russia is not yet on the list. The list of countries in which you can use the new functionality: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UAE and UK.

In order to use these features, you need to download the Samsung Health Monitor app, and also install the latest update for your smartwatch. The manufacturer notes that blood pressure monitoring requires calibration before use. To do this, you measure your blood pressure three times using a watch and a tonometer, and then enter the values ​​obtained from the tonometer into the application. Then you can use the watch to measure the pressure.

It is not yet known when these functions will become available in Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the world.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 and Galaxy Watch3 learned to take ECG and measure blood pressure

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