Samsung Health Monitor BP & ECG Tracking on Galaxy Watch6 Series Makes India Debut

Share open/close
URL copied.

With the Galaxy Watch 6 series, users can now conveniently monitor their health, support their fitness regimes and enable regular health checkups


Samsung, India’s largest electronics brand, today announced the launch of blood pressure and electrocardiogram (ECG) tracking features for Galaxy Watch6 series for the first time in India through an OTA (over-the-air) roll out. With the Samsung Health Monitor BP and ECG tracking on Galaxy Watch 6 series, users can now conveniently monitor their health, support their fitness regimes and enable regular health checkups.


A convenient personal health and fitness monitoring device that complements regular medical checkups, the BP and ECG tracking features via Samsung Health Monitor App have received regulatory clearances and certifications from India’s Central Drugs Standard Control Organization.


Samsung Galaxy Watch6 users can download the Samsung Health Monitor App, available on Galaxy Store, and follow simple instructions to measure their BP and ECG. Both features will also be made available on Galaxy Watch4 and Watch5 series.


Using the Galaxy Watch to measure your blood pressure

Blood pressure test measures the pressure in the arteries as the heart pumps and is done as a part of a routine health check-up. Beyond going for your usual check-ups, you can now use personal monitoring tools to check your blood pressure at home. The Galaxy Watch is built with a Photoplethysmogram (PPG) sensor inside which can record systolic and diastolic pressure, as well as pulse rate, and record it in the Samsung Health Monitor app.


How to use


  1. Download the Samsung Health Monitor App on your Galaxy Watch and Galaxy smartphone
  2. Calibrate your Galaxy Watch based on the instructions on the Samsung Health Monitor app
  3. Wear your Galaxy Watch on the same wrist as during the calibration and make sure the strap is snug, then measure your blood pressure.
  4. Review your blood pressure measurements


Take an ECG reading with your Galaxy Watch

ECG is a simple test to check the heart’s rhythm and electrical activity to detect irregular rhythms. Sensors are placed on the skin to detect the electrical signals produced by your heart each time it beats and the information is recorded on a graph. With the new update you can now use the Samsung Health Monitor ECG app to create, record, save, and share ECG data.


How to use

  1. Pair your Galaxy Watch with the Galaxy smartphone
  2. Wear the Galaxy Watch snugly on your wrist
  3. Open the Samsung Health Monitor app on your Galaxy Watch
  4. To take an ECG reading, rest your fingertip of the opposite hand lightly on the Galaxy Watch’s top button for 30 seconds
  5. The ECG data is synced to the paired Galaxy smartphone where a PDF report is created


The Galaxy Watch6 series is designed to help users build healthier habits every day and through the night. The Galaxy Watch6 series packs holistic health offerings and powerful performance in a refined and sleek design, boasting a slimmer bezel, a larger and more vibrant display and more interactive user interface. Both Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic models also allow users to access a greater selection of versatile watch faces as well as new trendy strap options that empower them to meet their fitness goals. The new Galaxy Watch6 series provides personalized health guidance, purposeful design upgrades and an enhanced mobile experience for a more informed and healthier self. In a first for India, Galaxy Watch6 series also comes with the ‘Tap & Pay’ feature, enabling consumers to make payment on the go right from their wrist.

Products > Mobile

For any issues related to customer service, please go to for assistance.
For media inquiries, please contact

Check out the latest stories about Samsung

Learn More