Smart watches have a great quantity of sensors embedded in their tiny bodies that allow them to offer a multitude of functionalities. The Galaxy Watch, for example, are beginning to enable a blood pressure measurement thanks to an update, because they had the hardware but not the software you need.
The measurement of oxygen in the blood, however, it is not yet too widespread, although Huawei will be the next to join the wave of updates. One of the last generations of watches, smart Huawei, the of the Huawei Watch GT 2, you will begin to measure the blood pressure with an update, the 22.214.171.124 that will come through the app Health of Huawei.
Native the Watch GT 2e, arrives to Watch GT 2
The measurement of oxygen saturation in the blood is to perform an estimate of the levels of oxygen in our bloodstream, which should be located approximately between the values 90 and 100. A value lower than this will mean that we may be suffering from hypoxemia, an abnormal decrease of the blood pressure of the oxygen, hence a tool that can measure this feature will always be useful to control our health.
The functionality is distributed under the update 126.96.36.199 for the Huawei Watch GT 2, which will cause the second generation to be full of clocks, Huawei has with her. Recall that this measurement of oxygen in blood came natively on the Huawei Watch GT 2e that went on sale a couple of weeks ago.
Huawei Watch GT2 – Smartwatch with 46-Mm Case (up to 2 Weeks of Battery life, Amoled Touchscreen 1.39″, GPS, 15 Modes Sports, Calls Bluetooth), Color Orange
To check if you have the update already available on your Watch GT 2, it is sufficient that go to the application Health installed on your phone, click on the Devices tab at the bottom, enter in your clock and subsequently down to “firmware Update”. There you will see if there is any update waiting for you, as this 188.8.131.52 which will bring with it the measurement of oxygen in blood in addition to improvements in the stability of the clock.
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