Anonymous, 21 Aug 2020It might be off by one or two heart beats per minute. Not exactly life threatening. You can&... moreNot heart rate. Systolic and diastolic pressure are required to be accurate for diagnosis and monitoring. If you know it's inaccurate, you can't rely on it. It's like having a broken weight scale, except blood pressure is more critical since there's very minute differences between stages of hypertension, and your medication would reflect that.
A welcome feature. In the name of health every medical mafia company won't accept these innovations. Over the Time this devices will get it right.
Lightning2.0, 20 Aug 2020This is a gimmick through and through. When it comes to diagnosing and monitoring hypertension... moreIt might be off by one or two heart beats per minute. Not exactly life threatening. You can't really do much about blood pressure, maybe start exercising.
This is a gimmick through and through. When it comes to diagnosing and monitoring hypertension, you don't want to rely on something that isn't accurate. This, along with the other smartwatches that measure at the wrist, won't ever be certified for medical use. And I hope the marketing for this phone reflects that fact as well.
Good job! These at least can be useful if the sensors are tested many times and are working fine. I hope we will see these things in high-end phones as well, and a thermometer would be also a good idea, and a Co sensor if there is some gas leaking somewhere this could save a mans life!
Syerin, 20 Aug 2020Wouldn't they sell more if this thing is everything it is but a phone? It is a phone. It has an antenna which connects to cell towers. It has full telephony integration allowing you to call family, friends and emergency services.
If built in heart rate and blood pressure sensor work very well then this is better than anything else around 10k for village market in India