How Does the Samsung Health Monitor App Work?
The Samsung Health Monitor app will be available on the Galaxy Watch Active2, which will then expand to the upcoming Galaxy Watch devices.
The app will track the user’s blood pressure, giving them insights about their health, and enables them to make more informed and healthier decisions that will help improve their quality of life. High blood pressure often results in risking your health, especially that of the brain and kidney. It might also cause kidney and heart diseases, including stroke and coronary heart disease as well. When you measure your blood pressure with the Galaxy Watch Active2, the measurement results can be synced to the Samsung Health Monitor app on your Galaxy phone. You can track your blood pressure by days, weeks, or months and choose to share this information with your doctor for review or consultation.
The Galaxy Watch Active2 device should be calibrated with a traditional cuff, after which you can tap the “Measure” button, and your blood pressure will be tracked at any time and at any place. The device measures blood pressure through pulse wave analysis which is tracked with the help of the Heart Rate Monitoring sensors.
It also means that the Galaxy Watch Active2 now boasts some of Samsung’s most advanced health and wellness capabilities to date, offering users a range of services to help track exercise, sleep, stress, and much more. It provides users with an easy and convenient way to monitor their wellbeing and receive added health insights. This program will also analyze the relationship between the calibration value and the blood pressure change to determine the blood pressure. Also, the company recommends the users to calibrate their devices every four weeks.
- Display Size: 34mm
- Compatible OS: Android, iOS
- Strap Material: Leather
- Dial Shape: Round
- Display Type: Super AMOLED
- Ideal For: Unisex
- Crisp display
- Good battery life
- 4G connectivity
- Accurate sleep and heart rate tracking
- Limited third-party app support
- Slow charging