Samsung is very active in terms of software updates; every year company introduces some new updates for its devices. The company rolls out two types of updates, One UI and a security maintenance update. Currently, the company has rolled out the One UI 5 beta updates which are available for the WearOS-based Galaxy Watches.
Samsung has already released two beta updates in the One UI 5 Watch
Last week, Samsung rolled out a first beta update for Galaxy devices; in this update, there are many rolled-out many features like organizing apps in folders, universal gestures, device care, sharing, and many more. Recently, the company has introduced the second beta update, which does not come with any significant features, but it has made changes to the Galaxy Watch 4.
One UI 5 Watch Beta Availability
According to the last policy update, which was issued back in 2022, the company has listed only two Galaxy series watches, including Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5. According to the policy, these watches will be eligible for four One UI updates; therefore, they are getting the update for the One UI update. Currently, the update is available in only available in two countries, including the United States and South Korea. In the next few days, Samsung will release a stable update that will be available for all Galaxy users.
Samsung should expand One UI 5 Watch Beta program in these countries
The WearOS-based One UI beta program should expand to Canada, China, India, Germany, Poland, and the UK in the coming weeks. However, it is important to be aware that once you install the beta version on your Galaxy smartwatch, reverting back to the previous stable release will not be possible if you choose to leave the program before its completion. This means that in a worst-case scenario, you may be stuck with the potentially buggy firmware on your watch until Samsung releases a new stable update.
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