- Samsung and UCSF launches a BP lab APP
- The features is limited to US only.
- User can monitor the calories looking at the camera.
Technology is all about innovation and Samsung is all set to show its innovative side being into the Gigantic Technology world. The latest report from the Samsung’s official site brings up the smile on to the faces of users who are bit concern about their well-being.
Coming to the keynote, Samsung has been partnered with the Samsung Electronics and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to launch a smartphone research app termed as BP lab to reckon blood pressure and stress levels including Users calories by just gazing at the camera. The APP will only work with Samsung s9 and s9+ and especially for the people leaving in the U.S.
The Handset will have an optical sensor under the hood to help users monitor their calories consumed in a week or a day. You can set it accordingly. If Users want to, then they can join into a three-week UCFS research program and can answer the questions like how much they have slept, exercised, or the kinds of stuff we get into on a daily basis and then users can know the reports of their blood pressure, stress levels relatively.