Announced in Las Vegas at CES, the Nokia Sleep is described as an “advanced sensor” built directly into your mattress pad. The Wi-Fi connected device slips under your mattress with the goal of monitoring and recording sleep patterns.
The recordings will sync to Nokia’s Health Mate app where they analyze and assign a “sleep score” to your night’s rest. They say it is also capable of tracking snoring as well.
If you are into smart homes (guilty!), you may also like to hear that the Nokia Sleep is capable of integrating with IFTTT. Using IFTTT, you could have the temperature go down when you get into bed at night, or turn the lights on when you get out of bed in the morning. I really love this idea as I used to do just this with my ill-fated Jawbone UP band.
Nokia, who acquired health-focused company Withings back in 2016, is squarely taking on Beddit, a company Apple acquired not too long ago.
If you’d like to get one for yourself to try, you don’t have long to wait as it will be available in the first quarter of this year for $99.95.