Hill agreed that users will feel the benefits of AI on a tangible and personal level, particularly through upcoming Samsung Health features like and the Booster Card,3 which combine richer data with more responsive analysis to make user guidance more personalized and actionable in their daily lives.

Through this in-depth expert panel session, Samsung is celebrating World Sleep Day and will continue prioritizing sleep health as it expands its tech capabilities and evolving product portfolio. In addition to heart health monitoring during sleep, Samsung will be adding new sleep metrics to underscore its commitment to health, wellness and sound sleep, including heart rate, respiratory rate, night movement, and sleep latency, as well as sleep stage, blood oxygen and skin temperature. In addition, Samsung will support a sleep apnea feature4 that will go beyond simple monitoring and analyze blood oxygen levels during sleep, detect signs of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea and help users seek appropriate care. Samsung is committed to leveraging its technology and the Samsung ecosystem to give everyone the insights they need to achieve their lifelong wellness goals.

1 The U.S. widely observes daylight saving time. Only a few states, or parts of them, opt out of the practice or adopt it year round without a biannual switch.
2 Availability may vary depending on market, model and the paired smartphone.
3  Booster Card will be made available on Samsung Health within 2024. Availability may vary by market, carrier, or wearable device.
4 The Sleep Apnea Feature is an over-the-counter (OTC) software-only, mobile medical application operating on a compatible Samsung Galaxy Watch and Phone.  This feature is intended to detect signs of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea in the form of significant breathing disruptions in adult users 22 years and older, over a two-night monitoring period.  It is intended for on demand use. This feature is not intended for users who have previously been diagnosed with sleep apnea.  Users should not use this feature to replace traditional methods of diagnosis and treatment by a qualified clinician.  The data provided by this device is also not intended to assist clinicians in diagnosing sleep disorders.

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