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Samsung adds ECG screen to Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2



Galaxy Watch ECG

Samsung has added an ECG screen to the Galaxy Watch 3 and Watch Active 2.

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Samsung finally has added an ECG monitor to the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2, the technology company announced on Wednesday. The FDA-approved electrocardiogram feature is available from September 23 on the two laptops via the Samsung Health Monitor app when connected to a Galaxy phone.

The app on Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 can monitor heart rhythm and detect irregularities and signs of atrial fibrillation, or AFib, a type of irregular heartbeat.

To use the ECG screen:

  1. Open the new Samsung Health Monitor app with your smartwatch on your wrist
  2. Sit down and rest your arm on a flat surface
  3. Press the fingertip on the upper button
  4. The app classifies your ECG as either sinus rhythm or AFib
  5. You can then record things like fatigue or dizziness
  6. It can then send a PDF report to your healthcare provider

Galaxy Watch 3 now also has oxygen saturation tracking and a digital running bus with real-time information about your pace and shape and after training VO2 max reports.

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Sleep tracking features that measure breathing, vital and REM cycles are also available on the Watch 3 ($ 199 on Apple), while Galaxy Watch Active 2 now supports VO2 max, continuous analysis and trip detection.

The smartwatch messages came as Samsung held another packed event online Wednesday.


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