Pixel phones will soon be able to offer users respiratory rate and heart rate readings through their smartphone’s cameras. On the tail of a finalized Fitbit acquisition, Google just announced a Google Fit upgrade that will brings these vital-measuring features to the company’s non-wearable mobile devices next month.

These camera-based vitals give people who don’t own a Fitbit or other Wear OS smartwatch a way to periodically check their health data at home. With this update, the Pixel’s front-facing camera will use a combination of your chest movement patterns and AI to provide a respiratory reading that Google says is accurate within one breath per minute. 



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