Samsung has recently ventured into making medical device equipment and these products have eventually crossed over to integration with Samsung smartphones. According to a source, the S IV will have a health pad accessory that measures pulse and blood pressure. You'll notice the trend on health awareness combined with mobile tech with all the accessories and gadgets that are coming out this year and of course, Samsung is quick to jump in the craze.
This will also probably come with a health-related application where in you can sync your device and monitor the results. People will really watch over this move by Samsung and only time will tell if this trend will carry on and if an entirely new and different market will emerge and create demand for such health devices.
In the meantime, let's wait and see if Samsung Galaxy S IV will have this feature. It might be the start of something big.
According to the Korean site, Daum.co.kr, the Samsung Galaxy S IV will have a feature that will be dedicated to health. Aside from a portable health pad, an application is reportedly underway and also quite possibly, a social health hub that will allow users to be able to interact with their buddies while promoting their health. Another device that Samsung is working on is a smart watch that also features similar functionalities, project Altius.
Samsung sees the potential in assimilating technology with healthcare and according to Daum, this is not something new because the Korean company has been vocal about their intentions ever since. Health-integrated devices, optional health accessories and health apps-surely, Samsung is making large leaps in product and market development. This could be another one of Samsung's lucrative ventures, and one that is relevant in making people want to improve their health.
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