Galaxy Watch 6 gets new firmware update and fixes Perpetual Watchface issue in the US

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series is the latest lineup of smartwatches that was recently introduced by the company. In this series, the Korean giant has two models: one is basic, while the other is classic, which is available with a physical rotating bezel. It’s been almost two months since these watches arrived, so now Samsung is working on maintaining them with new updates.

Galaxy Watch 6 new update corrects mistake

After using the Galaxy Watch 6, several users have noticed the error in the perpetual watch’s face. There was a spelling mistake in the month of April as ARPIL. Now, with the new update, it has been fixed. As the error was very small, the software package size should also be small. But it comes with a 159.97MB software package, which means it may also have some more improvements for the watches.

Moreover, in case you have noticed more errors or are facing some problems, you should update the watch to the latest version, which may fix them. For identification of new software updates, users can check the firmware version number R9*5USQU1AWI1.

The latest update for the Galaxy Watch 6 series is currently live for the LTE variants, which are affiliated with the Verizon network in the US. However, it is expected that the update will soon be available to more carriers in the next few days. The latest update still uses the June 2023 security patch.

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