Samsung Galaxy Watch5 may come with a thermometer. Samsung is currently working on adding an electronic thermometer to its upcoming Galaxy Watch5 series, according to ETNews. It will be helpful for the detection of early symptoms of COVID-19 (and other illnesses that can cause fever) as well as for tracking the ovulation cycle.
This isn’t the first watch to have thermometer built-in however, simply having a watch equipped with the sensors isn’t adequate. The temperature of the skin of the wrist is influenced by external influences like sunlight, making accurate measurements difficult. This is the reason why Samsung as well as other firms (like Apple) have held off on including the sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Watch5 may come with a thermometer
The Korean publication says that Samsung has solved the issue but it is not the only one. Actually body temperature tracking could be a common feature of Samsung’s wearables this year, as Samsung is said to be testing a prototype for Galaxy Buds that can also monitor your temperature. The prototype utilizes an infrared sensor that tracks how hot your eardrum is.
This is the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 series will be revealed in August, says the publication, one year following the Watch4 series was launched (it introduced an electrocardiogram-based sensor as a major health-related update). You’re