Samsung Galaxy S5 has been called a truly evolved phone with a lot of improvements. It has a camera with clearer, faster snaps, bigger and brighter screen, quicker processor, neater design, better battery. Do you still remember the specs on your old computers? Well, this phone has a 2.5GHz quad-core CPU and 2GB of RAM, which, now to think of it, might even show improvements compared to my laptop. Go figure.
Additionally the new S5 has fitness-tracking abilities that compared to S4 are a lot more powerful and are offered through the S Health app which allows the user to track a number of health statistics like blood pressure, blood glucose levels, heart rate, weight. You can even use it to track environmental conditions as well as your exercise regimen.
As part of S Health also Coach by Cigna has been launched by the global health service company Cigna. Coach by Cigna offers users valuable health insights and guidance. By answering a few questions related to your lifestyle it can create a user’s lifestyle improvement plan which involves exercise, sleep, nutrition, stress, and weight. It has been built on the experiences of Cigna’s health experts from all fields.
“By integrating Cigna’s health expertise and knowledge with Samsung’s leading edge technology, we expect to help our customers improve their health throughout their everyday lives,” said Hankil Yoon, Senior Vice President of Global Product Planning Group, IT & Mobile Division at Samsung.
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