The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 is the latest generation of Galaxy watches, which was introduced back in August at the recent Galaxy Unpacked event. The watch comes with the latest One UI Watch 5 pre-installed and is promised to get updated for at least five years. Continuing the promise, the watch has started getting its second software update in the form of a security patch.
The Galaxy Watch 6 gets a new firmware update
Samsung has rolled out a new software update for the LTE variants of the Galaxy Watch 6 series in several countries, including India, Europe, and Australia. For identification, those who own the Galaxy Watch 6 40mm and the Galaxy Watch 6 44mm are getting new updates with the version numbers R935FXXU1AWK4 and R945FXXU1AWK4 respectively.
While the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 43 mm and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 47mm are coming with the firmware version numbers R955FXXU1AWK4 and R965FXXU1AWK4, respectively, It is worth noticing that the latest update is already available for the Bluetooth models in several regions.
The latest update for the Galaxy Watch 6 series is coming with a new security patch in the form of new security enhancements for the devices. If you also want to update your Galaxy Watch, follow these steps: Press the home button on the opan app screen, navigate to settings general, then tap on update watch software, then tap on the checkmark icon to accept if the update is available, then tap on the download button.
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