Gear S4 may come with a blood pressure monitor, Samsung patent reveals

Apple has made a big fuss out of the health-tracking options that its Watch wearable reveals, and with a good reason. The healthcare sector is a $3 trillion industry, so even a tiny fraction of it holds huge revenue potential. The Watch is even engaged in one of the largest heart studies, thanks to its position as the world’s most popular wearable, and Apple has big plans to outfit it with more functions in the future.

What’s been eluding most smartwatch and fitness tracker makers, however, is the ability to measure, store and monitor a vital that is arguably even more important …



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