Samsung brings ECG and blood pressure measurements to Galaxy Watches across 31 countries

Michail, 26 January 2021

After a long while Samsung is finally bringing electrocardiogram (ECG) and blood pressure monitoring support for its Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 smartwatches. Samsung’s Health Monitor app was granted CE-marking for conforming with health, safety, and environmental protection standards within the European Economic Area.

Now users in all 27 EEA member states alongside the UK, Chile, Indonesia, and the UAE will be able to take their blood pressure and take ECG readings directly from their compatible smartwatches. Prior to the newly added countries, the two health services were only available in South Korea and the US. The new Samsung Health Monitor app update will be available from February 4 and will follow a gradual rollout schedule.



Reader comments

  • mccwho
  • 21 May 2021
  • j0Q

Just bought a watch 3 Titanium, and no blood pressure monitor feature. It's not shown inside the Health Monitor widget on the watch. When I open the widget it goes straight to ECG no other option. I live in the USA.

  • Anonymous
  • 05 Mar 2021
  • wdK

Seems Like Scam

  • Vijay Patel
  • 05 Feb 2021
  • 7k4

When it will be updated in India?

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