Speculation is that the South Korean company could launch some health-related apps for its smartphones or a Gear Fit-type wearable device, or, asEngadget reports, the event could also be related to forthcoming sensors and components that can monitor vital stats.
Considering the timing of the event, which falls mere days before rival Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, there are also rumors that the company would be launching something on the lines of the rumored Apple’s fitness tracking HealthBook app for iOS 8.
The app is reportedly capable of monitoring heart rate, blood pressure, weight, oxygen saturation, respiratory rate, and blood sugar, as well as track your bloodwork, hydration, physical activity, nutrition, and sleep. Although there are apps out there in the market that provide some of these features, HealthBook is expected to combine them all in a single mobile interface.
Via Ignacio Fernández Alberti