The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched in August and guess what, it comes with a bigger screen, better battery life, more powerful specifications and tons of useful features which cannot be found on any other Samsung or even Android & iOS smartphone.
The Samsung Note 9 along with its S-pen is designed for people which have large projects to do instead of working on a PC. The best thing to mention of Galaxy Note 9 is that the limits of what you can do with the Samsung S Pen are endless. Furthermore, thanks to the Samsung developers new apps are introduced every day to take advantage of the S Pen’s capabilities.
I remember the time when Samsung integrated a hardware on Galaxy S5 for the first time which surprised all smartphone owners around the world. I am talking here about the Heart Rate Monitor which has been upgraded and improved on Note 9. Except that you can monitor the heart rate of your body you can reject an incoming phone call with a text message by placing your finger on the heart rate sensor for two seconds.
According to Samsung, the heart rate sensor which is integrated on Galaxy Note 9 measures your heart rate in Beats per Minute using an optical LED light source and an LED light sensor. If you have been searching how to use Galaxy Note 9 heart rate monitor then you are in the right place as we have included all the required info from below.
How to Use Heart Rate Monitor on Galaxy Note 9?
Notice: Samsung developers have developed an app named Samsung Health from where you have the ability to plan, track, and manage your health goals and activities, including exercise, sleep, and meals. Nevertheless, you can use the heart rate monitor there as well.
- At first, open the S Health app.
- Then, tap on the heart rate monitor option.
- Before placing your finger on the heart rate sensor you should ensure that the heart rate sensor is not dirty if in case it is you need to wipe the sensor and try again.
- When you are ready, place your finger on the sensor as shown. Press your finger to the sensor lightly. It is recommended to not move your body while taking heart rate measurements for better results.
- After a few seconds, the results will be shown on the S Health application and we recommend you to make two or three tests to compare the results.
How Accurate is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Heart Rate Monitor?
According to Samsung’s website, The information gathered from Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Health, or related software is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.
Does it mean that Galaxy Note 9 Heart Rate Monitor is not accurate? No, if we compare a specially built heart rate monitor which can be found in a hospital versus the heart rate monitor on Galaxy Note 9 then there is just a slight difference.
Perfect; If you want to know more about the accuracy of the heart rate monitor on Galaxy Note 9 then I recommend you to check the official Heart Rate Monitor page from Samsung. If you have any questions about this guide then feel free to use the comments box. We will try to assist you as soon as possible.