Samsung One UI 5 Watch enhances the utility of Galaxy Watches

Last month, Google announced the feature of Wear OS 4; in its official blog, the company has introduced some upcoming features of Wear OS, and also there are a lot of rumors available which are claiming some new features of WearOS 4, such as the watch face format-splash screen apps, more reliable text to speech NativeBackup and restore support and more.

While Samsung has already released its Wear OS 4-based One UI 5 watch beta, which is coming with a lot more features than expected, let’s check out how these features will enhance your smartwatch experience on Galaxy watches, including Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5.

One UI 5 watch brings new enhancements

Samsung users are always at an advantage, whether it’s fast updates or exclusive features like now there are dozens of new features that have already been introduced in the beta update. The new beta update has added two new features under Samsung Health; one helps you to record cycling workouts automatically, and the other one gives heart rate guidance while running.

Samsung One UI Watch 5 (WearOS 4) is still based on Android 13

For security and privacy, Samsung has added two new features: you can now backup your phone watch data to your connected phone as well as you can upload it to the Samsung cloud. A fall detection feature is also added, which shows medical info.

 Additionally, now you can dictate text with the home button; now there will be multiple timers available to help keep track of all your tasks; it is now possible to control the watch without touching it; basically, you can use gestures and assign them to different tasks.

Moreover, it is worth appreciating that Samsung has already introduced the feature in the beta update; there is more possibility that the company will introduce some more features with the stable update. Notably, the One UI 5 watch beta update is only available for the users who have already enrolled in the Beta program; if you want to know how to get the beta update on your watch, then click here

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