Samsung Galaxy S IV Will Be mHealth Friendly

Outshining any current or even prospective smartphone rivals so far this year, the Samsung Galaxy S IV – a device that hasn’t been unveiled yet – is already exciting the mobile masses like nothing else on the horizon.

As we get closer to the rumored springtime launch, rumors abound that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will be friendly to the rapidly expanding mobile health industry.

According to published reports over the weekend, the Samsung Galaxy IV will feature a key mobile healthcare functions and monitoring tools.

Samsung, for example, might even sell “a dedicated pad as an optional accessory” which will have the ability to monitor pulse rate, blood sugar levels and even weight.

“At the CES2013 which was held in Las Vegas last month,” writes Phalgun Shenoy of TheDroidGuy, “a company called iHealth launched the healthcare services for Apple’s iPhone and the accessory which they launched managed to bag the International CES Best of Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award honoree. With Samsung delivering such features officially, this phone is bound to break the sales records again.”

It is widely believed but not yet confirmed that Samsung will formally unveil the Galaxy S IV on March 14th.

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