The initiative will supply providers with Samsung Galaxy A10e smartphones to disseminate to patients who would not otherwise have the ability to receive their healthcare virtually.
Preorders will begin on September 6th, with the aluminum version going for $280 for the 40mm size and $300 for the 44mm version.
Both the Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Fit have can automatically detect when the user begins certain common workouts like running or biking.
Attendees will be able to see GoBreath, a recovery solution for people who have experienced lung damage, and Relúmĭno smart visual aid eyeglasses.
The new products could help the Korean company capture a portion of the premium wearables market.
The powerful wearable has a color screen, waterproof body and a number of sensors to watch every move you make.
The app processes images from videos projected through the rear camera of a smartphone and makes the images friendly to the visually impaired users.
The company's patent shows a smartphone with slim microphone extending out of the side that has a gas sensor which could analyze the exhalation.
BlueStar C is a diabetes health tool designed to aid individuals living with diabetes in managing their chronic condition.
Samsung's rebranded mHealth platform and app have been announced alongside the company's flagship smartphone Galaxy S8.