Earlier today, Samsung served a new update for its Galaxy Watch 5 series devices in South Korea and the US, and now the Korean giant has expanded the update in Europe. As we discussed in the previous article, Samsung has highlighted the update by adding a new feature for its fifth-generation Galaxy watches.
Right now, Samsung is rolling out the update in the European region; users who own Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy watch 5 Pro can identify the latest update by its build number R9**XXU1AWA3. This update adds to the Camera Controller app the ability to change the zoom of the smartphone’s camera remotely by moving your fingers closer or far on the screen or by turning the ring. However, the company specifies that this feature is only supported on flagship models released after Samsung Galaxy S20 or Galaxy Z Flip with at least One UI 5.1. It fixes some known bugs and improves the overall stability of the watch.
However, Samsung hasn’t released the One UI 5.1 on any of the devices yet. But according to the information, it is confirmed that Samsung will surely unveil the new One UI with its latest Galaxy S23. The new update comes under January 2023 security patch update, which addresses several vulnerabilities in the Android OS.
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