Samsung One UI 5 Watch Beta Update for Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 5 Rolling Out: Report


Samsung introduced the latest One UI 5 Watch software update for its eligible Galaxy Watch series in May and now it has been reportedly made available to select beta testers in the US and South Korea. The new One UI 5 Watch software update is said to be nearly 1.7GB in size. The is said to bring several new features including improved health sensors and better SOS functionality. The stable version of the update is expected to be rolled to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series later this year.

According to a report by SamMobile, the Galaxy Watch 5 series and Galaxy Watch 4 series users in South Korea and the US can now access the latest One UI 5 Watch Beta update. The latest update can reportedly be downloaded from the Samsung Members app.

Some of the Galaxy Watch users have confirmed the availability of Galaxy One UI 5 watch beta update via Samsung’s community forum. According to the screenshots shared on the community page, the One UI 5 watch update is 1.7GB in size. The latest update is said to come with several new features including a new Sleep Insights UI, smart health monitors like a personalized heart rate zone, which is said to offer real-time running analysis, and a customised interval training program.

Furthermore, the One UI 5 Watch beta update is also said to add a better SOS feature, universal gestures like making a fist or shaking your wrist to initiate actions, a better timer, and the ability to set the photo album as a wallpaper.

To download the new One UI 5 Watch Beta update, users are reportedly required to go to the Samsung Members app>One UI Watch 5 beta card and then Select the eligible Galaxy Watch card. Users will now need to check for the software update in the Galaxy Wearable app and install it, as per the reports. The One UI 5 Watch update is expected to be available with the upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series later this year. 

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