Developers, get ready for Samsung's second-gen Simband
Hello everybody, I'm Lynn La for Cnet and today we're gonna check out Samsung's recently announced second gen Simband Wearable.
Now the company first launched the original earlier this May but now it's a couple months later and the second gen watch is in it's beta stage and is ready for developers.
Like the original, the device has several sensors that continuously measure and monitor a users' biometric data.
Such as heart rate, blood pressure, daily steps and skin temperature.
But with this new iteration, this synband sensors are more robust.
The algorithms are more accurate and it's also sweat proof.
It's also been redesigned looking very similar to the Samsung Gear S, here with its two inch screen.
Now it is important to remember that the wearable isn't a consumer device but rather a reference platform for developers.
With its API and SDK kit available today.
Again, I'm Lynn and you've been checking out Samsung second gen, Sinbad wearable.
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