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Zepp Health, formally known as Huami has planned to bring two essential functions to the US market. The COO Mike Yeung has mentioned it in its exclusive interview with the Warable website. The ECG & Blood pressure features are so common to today’s wearables. You will find them on Galaxy Watch 3, Apple Watch Series 6, Fitbit Sense, and many other premium watches. Despite the fact some Amazfit devices offer ECG, it lacks in the US market. This might change soon as the COO himself has declared this news.

The Blood Pressure function is not available on each Huami wearables, so this time it will also come to them. Along with it, the Spotify app may soon launch in the app library of Amazfit. There is no official launch date, though it is good to have one of the largest music streaming services on the smartwatch. The app serves on Samsung, Apple & Fitbit smartwatches with the companion app. The official person further mentions glucose level monitoring & enhanced COVID-19 detection algorithm will come to upcoming devices.

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Here is the original part from the interview.

We are currently engaging with the US FDA and on areas such as ECG and blood pressure monitoring. While we are getting our own algorithm to be FDA certified, we are already in partnership with AliveCor here in the States. – Mike Yeung (Zepp Health COO)

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Let see when these features will come to Aamzfit wearables. The next smartwatches like Amazfit GTS 3, GTR 3, Stratos 4, T-Rex 3, and more will may get these features.

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Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.

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