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The Galaxy Watch already packs some pretty clever capabilities, including tracking your heart-rate, calories burned, and sleep quality. But it’s about to get a brand-new feature, and this one could be a real lifesaver. Samsung has already confirmed plans to start rolling out an important update to its Galaxy Watch smartwatch this week, beginning tomorrow, February 22, 2021. The new update brings the ability to measure your blood pressure directly from your wrist – something even the market leader in this category, the Apple Watch, cannot manage right now.
This clever new health upgrade, which wasn’t available at launch – but has been developed as part of a software update for the wearable, was originally only available in South Korea. However, Samsung has started to expand the new functionality to more devices across the world, including the UK, mainland Europe, Chile, Indonesia, and the UAE. In total, 31 countries will have the update in the coming weeks. Read from source….