Samsung’s newly Sapphire Crystal Glass-powered Galaxy Watch 5 series smartwatches are up for pre-orders in several countries. The Galaxy Watch 5 comes with BIA (Body Composition Analysis) and an improved battery.
Galaxy Watch 5 in Skin temperature race:
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series is the successor of the last generation Watch 4. The new Watch has heart rate sensors, bioimpedance electrical sensors, and ECG sensor but the company has added a new infrared-based skin temperature sensor.
The key highlight of the new Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro which makes they stand out. The ability to check temperature via an infrared temperature sensor. The South Korean tech firm says, if you go from an air-conditioned room to sweltering outdoors, the sensor should still be able to measure your accurate temperature and not the ambient temperature.
Galaxy Watch 5 ECG Monitoring:
Joining the trend, Samsung added ECG monitoring on its latest watch, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. This is not the first time Samsung users will experience this facility. Ever since the launch of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 the company has changed the experience to monitor your ECG from your smartwatch.
If we talk about other smartwatch makers, Samsung makes a difference when you consider the Galaxy Watch series grabbed positive comments over the web.
Now the question has arrive how you can monitor your ECG on these new Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro? So, here in this article, we will find easy ways to monitor ECG. We would like to thank, Android Central for providing these simple steps.
How to monitor your ECG on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5?
Once you grabbed the latest Galaxy Watch 5 in your hand. You may be looking to test or monitor ECG on the Galaxy Watch 5, then the first thing you need to install is the Samsung Health Monitor app. After that, you need to make a profile on the particular app in order to sync your health information between the Watch and your smartphone. Now, follow the steps below.
- First of all, you need to visit Galaxy Store app on your connected phone
- Now, click on the magnifying glass in the top right corner
- Here search the Keyword “Samsung Health Monitor” and install it
- After the installation process is done, you need to visit your Galaxy Watch 5 and swipe up to reveal the App List.
- Click on the ECG app icon
- When prompted, click allow providing Samsung Health Monitor with access to sensor data.
- From your connected phone, open the Samsung Health Monitor app.
- Then Accept to begin the setup process.
- At the top, check for all Permissions. This provides access to the ECG sensor along with your User Profile and then press done.
- If prompted, fill out the necessary fields to Create your profile.
- In last, click on the Get started button.
Now, the Samsung Health Monitor app lets you show the options like how the ECG app performs with your connected Galaxy Watch.
All right! the Samsung Health Monitor is ready with your Galaxy Watch 5 and connected smartphone, now you can record your first ever ECG reading.
1. Visit the Samsung Health Monitor app on your Galaxy Watch 5
2. Chek the watch is well protected on the wrist
3. Put forearms on a table
4. Lightly rest your fingertip on the Home key for 30 seconds
Now your Galaxy Watch 5 will show that it has started recording. The Watch also reminds you that the “app never looks for heart attack.” The recording time and beats per minute (bpm) will appear on the top of the screen.
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