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Samsung has upgraded its BioActive Sensor to fit in improved photodiodes and add more LEDs.
The company claims the upgrade has made the sensor more accurate than its predecessor.
The sensor is getting a new metabolic health and biological aging measurement feature called AGEs.

Last week, we discovered Samsung was working on a feature called the advanced glycation end products (AGEs) index. The tech giant has now confirmed the feature, as well as a big upgrade to its BioActive sensor.

In a blog post, Samsung announced its next-generation BioActive sensor that will come in the next Galaxy Watch. The firm states that it was able to double the performance of each photodiode, which allowed it to halve the number of photodiodes in the sensor. As a result, there was enough room to fit more LEDs and add additional LED colors.


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