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Galaxy S5’s Heart Rate Sensor can check Stress Level

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Last updated: May 26th, 2014 at 12:55 UTC+02:00

Now your Galaxy S5 can tell you when to take your next vacation. Okay, not really but it does check your stress level to let you know when to cool your heels off. The latest S Health update for the Galaxy S5 takes advantage of the built-in heart rate sensor for users to check their stress level. Samsung cautiously warns that the measurement is not meant for clinical or medical use but if your levels are weighing to the extreme right, you better do something about it.

Check the Samsung Apps or open the S Health to update to the latest version.

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