The next Galaxy Watch is only expected to hit the market in the second half of this year, 2021. But now the first rumor about this wearable comes up, through a source in South Korea (the birthplace of Samsung).
Galaxy Watch may arrive with blood glucose levels monitoring
The ETNews website says, first hand, that Samsung’s next smartwatch will hit the market with the possibility of monitoring blood glucose levels.
The source says that it will thus be easier for users with diabetes to monitor their blood sugar levels. This is because, instead of the traditional invasive technique, the measurement uses an optical sensor.
As mentioned, Samsung continues to work on non-evasive solutions for monitoring blood sugar levels. As the source says, in 2020 the South Korean manufacturer showed that these numbers could also be measured using a laser.
Apple Watch Series 7 can arrive with the same functionality
It is also said that Apple intends to bring this feature to its next smart watch, the Series 7. In both cases, this should only happen if it proves to be sufficiently reliable.
This novelty can thus arrive in a Galaxy Watch 4 or a Galaxy Watch Active 3 that should land on the market during the second half of 2021. The source reveals that, in the next Unpacked Event, Samsung will launch three wearables.
This is a feature that, by itself, can greatly boost sales of the first smartwatch that brings the feature to the market. During CES 2021, a prototype smartwatch from Quantum Operations was also presented, capable of presenting blood glucose measurements in just 20 seconds.
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