Samsung introduced the latest One UI 5 watch for its Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series watches. Earlier, the company tested it with some beta updates, which were limited to the US and Korea. After developing the stable update, the company expanded it to more countries, but it is currently available for Bluetooth models only. While the LTE users haven’t received it yet.
Samsung has updated the LTE variants of Galaxy Watches in South Korea; here’s why:
Initially, when Samsung started releasing the update for the Bluetooth models, it seemed like the company would make it available to all Galaxy watches, including the Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, Galaxy Watch 5, and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, but it didn’t happen, and it is limited to the Bluetooth model in several parts of the world. However, there is one exception in South Korea, where the company has released the update for the LTE variant as well.
The reason behind it may be related to network carrier readiness; probably, the LTE model update is sent to relevant network operators for necessary corrections or suggestions before release. Hence the delay.
Why are users eagerly waiting for this update?
The latest update for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5, the One UI Watch 5, is not any ordinary update; it is the new One UI generation update, which will come with a plethora of new features and improvements for the Galaxy watches. In a nutshell, the latest update brings new features and improvements for several functions, including Watch faces and tiles, Samsung Health, Backup and Restore, and many more.
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