Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 getting new firmware in the US

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 series are two of the smartwatches running on WearOS, which have been well-received by technology enthusiasts around the world. These smartwatches are equipped with a variety of advanced features, including health monitoring, fitness tracking, voice assistance, and more. Recently, Samsung has rolled out a new firmware update for these watches in the United States, which promises to enhance their functionality and user experience even further.

What’s new:

With the new firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Watch 4 Classic, Galaxy Watch 5, and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, it’s important to note that the update primarily focuses on fixing a particular issue. The bug prevented the watches from waking up when a user raised their wrist, which was a major inconvenience for many users. With this latest update, Samsung aims to address this issue and ensure that users can enjoy the full functionality of their smartwatches.

If you own one of those watches, here are you build numbers:

  • Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: R925USQU1AWB2 (45mm)
  • Galaxy Watch 5: R905USQU1AWB2 (40mm) / R915USQU1AWB2 (44mm)
  • Galaxy Watch 4 Classic: R885USQU1GWB2 (42mm) / R895USQU1GWB2 (46mm)
  • Galaxy Watch 4: R865USQU1GWB2 (40mm) / R875USQU1GWB2 (44mm)

The update is being rolled out exclusively in the US on the Verizon network. This means that users on other networks or in other regions may not be able to access the update yet. However the update has already rolled out on T-Mobile for Galaxy Watch 5 series.

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