Fact Reporter, 11 Mar 2018You are wrong. S8 did not have Blood Pressure measurement system. Instead it had HEART RATE MO... moreThe S8 may be able too as well, it's just a software update, with the same 3rd party software they are using in shealth for the s9's.
Stefan, 07 Mar 2018S8 had blood pressure and stress as well! I belive people just didn't use them, so that's why ... moreYou are wrong. S8 did not have Blood Pressure measurement system. Instead it had HEART RATE MONITOR system. BP and Heart Rate are two different things. For that matter, as of now, no smartphone can measure BP. S9 and S9+ will be the world first in measuring BP
S8 had blood pressure and stress as well! I belive people just didn't use them, so that's why now that they said about it, you are aware :))
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2018Nice humblebrag but nobody expects you or any doctor for that matter to use a smartphone inste... moreThat's not the point. If this sensor is even remotely accurate it will be usable for people that don't have time to get their blood pressure checked regularly. Besides it's accuracy, the sole fact that they managed to create an optical blood pressure sensor is a major step forward in medical applications. Here's to hoping they'll put it in their smartwatch next
I have high blood pressure and that phone would defintely save a lot of incovenience
The blood pressure monitroing is an excellant tool. I currently use a blood pressure monitor at home. I went to the doctors with it and we checked this agianst the doctors reading and they were the same. Would need to do the same with this, in order to see how accurate it is. If you knew the variance, if any, then it would be much easier to take & track your blood pressure, than having to wrap a cuff round your arm every time. You'd pay a good £100 for an accurate bluetooth blood pressure monitor, so take that off the price of the phone.......
Yosef W, 28 Feb 2018Not too accurate compared to dedicated sphygmomanometer (I'm a med stud there), but tbh for ea... moreNice humblebrag but nobody expects you or any doctor for that matter to use a smartphone instead of a professional medical equipment.
AnonD-732843, 28 Feb 2018IR blasters are gimmicks? Why do you even use a remote then? Get your fat azz up and cha... moreIf he gets up to change the channel or adjust the volume all the time then surely he must be skinnier than someone who frequently uses a TV remote or IR blaster.
Samsung is the king of smartphone innovation these days.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2018Because majority of the users are dumb users.. Samsung's smartphone is for smart users.. Docto... moreWhen you go see the doctor complaining about stress.. instead of using the correct tool, he flash out his S9..
Wouldn't you feel even more stress?
NO, no sane professional will do that, EVEN in backup.. unless its the apocalypse.
Finally a tech site posting something like this. I have never heard nor read this from any tech reviewers since I watched the unveiling if this phone but thank God. This is a very underrated feature the S9/+ has.
Dang, that’s actually pretty neat
iPhone X user
Just put it.....somewere
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2018Because majority of the users are dumb users.. Samsung's smartphone is for smart users.. Docto... moreI love it when someone thinks that he is super intelligent for using a certain brand. Buying a phone is more about emotion anyway.
agree that it wouldn't be wise to use the S9 to measure blood pressure on the regular or to diagnose patients, but it would be a nice tool for patients that already have been diagnosed with pre/hypertension to measure their BP on the go, to get a general idea of when they need to go and get a proper test done or whether they are in the clear and their BP is under control.
Sense sible, 28 Feb 2018After Harman stereo speakers, now this.
I'm ready to switch from HTC to Samsung, after 7 ye... moreNICE! I already shifted to S8 from 4 years of HTC experience ending at M9 PLUS.
apart from the drop ( durability ) everything else is a blast up until now.
P.S my S8 also indicates stress level, may be a new data collection technique.
As someone that has high blood pressure this seems pretty handy!
I like the fact that this will be carried on to the Note9.