Samsung patents phone that would send vitals to doctors

Samsung patents phone that would send vitals to doctors

www.electronista.com
Samsung has filed a patent some time ago with the USPTO for a phone with built-in biometric scanners that is hooked up to the Internet. The so-called biological analysis device would monitor a user's health and could send that data to a hospital, diagnosis service, or a doctor located in...
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