Manufacturers seem to be keen to integrate all sorts of features into mobile phones, and now the H’andy sana 210 by a German company sports a built-in ECG monitor that allows the user to just press two fingers against the edge for 30 seconds in order to get their heart rate taken. The heart rate data will then be able to be sent to the hospital or doctor for interpretation, saving the patient the trouble of travelling to the hospital all the time. Aside from the ECG, the phone itself is pretty basic, sporting features like a 320 x 240 pixel display, a 1.3-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, music and video playback. Aside from that, the H’andy sana 210 looks like a distant cousin to Apple’s iPhone.
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