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Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra’s Hint at Major Design Changes

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Samsung is close to adding a new lineup to its wearable smartwatch family soon, with the title Galaxy Watch 7 Series. Now the renders of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra hint that the watch will appear in a squarish design with more details. 

At the next Galaxy Unpacked event in July 2024, the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra will make its debut. Now Smartprix with the collaboration with OnLeaks reported the exclusive 5K renders of the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. Let’s take a closer look at what new novelties are in line for the upcoming movie.

The Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra is reported to bring some interesting design changes, including the most prominent one: a squarish look, a third physical button, larger speakers, and a few expected watch band charges. A glance at the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra renders unveiled a squarish outer frame around the circular display, along with a shiny rotating bezel that doesn’t appear to blend very well with the matte frame. However, even after this change, the watch will stand on a rounded, circulatory display, ensuring that the core visual appeal remains known to long-time users and that the UI doesn’t have to be rebuilt for a square display. 

It’s reported that the Galaxy Watch 7 will feature a 1.5-inch display with slightly larger dimensions of 47 x 47.4 x 16.4 mm. However, the reason behind this design choice remains unclear, but it does make the Watch 7 Ultra bulkier. The bezel of the watch is marked with subtle lines and minimalistic indicators, a departure from the numeric indicators found on the Watch 6 Classic bezel. 

A noticeable change is also reported, which is a third circular button housed in the middle on the right side of the watch. This new button, which lies close to the traditional two, could offer new functionalities to the Galaxy Watch, the same as the Action Button placed on the Apple Watch Ultra. 

A new alignment of health sensors will appear in a circular array of individual circles and squares, opposite to the seamless ring of sensors found on the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Notably, the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra retains the temperature sensor, but it has been placed a bit upwards towards the center. The watch bands also appear to integrate more seamlessly with the watch body, offering a cleaner look. Also alongside the sensor array, two button-like elements are placed at the top and the bottom. 

These could be disconnecting the watch bands, a design shift from the predecessor Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, where the buttons were on the watch bands themselves. The upcoming watch will also have a larger speaker grill, which is positioned to the left of the watch and is noticeably larger than those on the current Galaxy Watch models. 

Tiny ‘holes’ on the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra seem like microphones. Samsung also seems to be going full-on with the mic and audio experience on the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. The previous reports already suggested that the Galaxy Watch 7 series will have a new chipset, charge 50% faster than its predecessor, and finally bring blood sugar monitoring

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Wear OS: Samsung Internet Browser Adds New Functionality

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Samsung has created a well-connected ecosystem for its devices, where most of its useful applications are available on smartphones and smartwatches. One of those applications is the Samsung Internet Browser, which allows users to use several tools to explore the content available on the Internet. Now the smartwatch-based application is getting a new useful back-and-forward feature with the latest update.

Samsung Internet Browser update (WearOS)

Samsung is rolling out a new update for the wearOS-based Samsung internet browser with version number 3.2.00.8. With the latest update, the company has introduced a new feature that will enable users to easily navigate web pages to forward or backward directions on all the WearOS smartwatches.

It is worth noticing that the Galaxy smartwatches previously supported the ability to navigate to previous web pages, and they will also have forward options, which will level up the browsing experience. It is worth noting that the Samsung Internet Browser is available for every WearOS watch, so the latest feature will be available for all those watches.

However, it is not clear yet if the update will give some dedicated buttons to navigate pages forward and backward, if it will work with simply swiping right and left gestures, or if it will work with the physical button on the smartwatches.

To update the Samsung Internet Browser on your watch, go to the Google Play Store, then swipe from the menu at the bottom of the screen and select My Apps. If you see a new update available, then hit the update button.

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Galaxy Watch 4 manager gets June 2024 update with fixes

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Samsung has rolled out a new update for the Galaxy Watch4 manager. For starters,  this application provides the functionality to handle the operation between smartphones and Galaxy Watch4 smartwatches. Now the application is getting a new update for better functioning.

Samsung has rolled out the new update for the Galaxy Watch 4 manager with version number 2.2.11.24052951. With the latest update, the company hasn’t brought any significant changes to the devices, but it is expected to get some new improvements internally that will ultimately enhance the overall performance and stability of the functions that were running when you connected your watch to the smartphone.

In a nutshell, the Galaxy Watch 4 is a back-end application that works under the Galaxy wearable application, so if you want to use the Galaxy Watch4 functionality with the smartphone conveniently, then you should always keep the application up-to-date.

The latest update for Galaxy Watch 4 Manager is live for Galaxy devices in a software package of 40 MB. This signifies that the update may not bring any major changes. Galaxy users can now update the application from the Galaxy Store, while other Android smartphone users can check the update from the Google Play Store.

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How to Download and Install One UI 6 Watch Beta Update

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Samsung to upgrade the Galaxy smartwatch system software actively setting up for the next major update – One UI 6 Watch. Currently, the giant has already delivered the first beta of the One UI 6 Watch. Here, for your ease, we are discussing how to join and install One UI 6 Watch Beta. 

Previously, the Korean giant announced that it was bringing AI-powered tools to its smartwatches with the One UI 6 Watch update. Besides this announcement, the giant also said that it is actively working on the One UI 6 Watch beta and will start rolling out in June. Finally, the claim is worth it since Samsung has already delivered the first beta of One UI 6 Watch for the Galaxy Watch 6. The latest One UI 6 Watch is based on Wear OS 5, and all the Galaxy Watches (Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 Series) that run on Wear OS are eligible for the One UI 6 Watch.

Before Joining Beta Program You Should Take a Backup:

First, make sure to back up your Galaxy Watch. This is important because if you need to reset your watch, you’ll have a backup to restore your data.

You can back up your watch data directly from your watch or using the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone.

How to Download One UI 6 Watch Beta

If you own an eligible Galaxy Watch, you can easily join the One UI 6 Watch Beta program by following the steps mentioned below: 

  • First of all, Install the Samsung Members app on your phone.
  • Then log in with your Samsung account. 
  • Now you have to Open the app and click on the Notices/Bell icon. 
  • One UI Watch Beta Registration notice will pop up; open it. 
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to register for the beta program. 

How to Install One UI 6 Watch Beta

Once you join the One UI 6 Watch beta program, you can easily install the beta on your Galaxy Watch. After enrolling in the beta program, you will get the beta update as an OTA on your watch, and then you have to follow a few easy steps as mentioned here: 

  • On your Galaxy Watch -Open Settings app.
  • Go to Software Update.
  • Tab on Download and Install.
  • It will check for new updates, and show the latest beta update.
  • It should download automatically, if not then tap on the Download button.
  • After downloading the update, tap the Install option.

Common Questions and Answers

Here are some common questions to enhance your beta experience:

How to Know If My Watch is Eligible for Beta? You will get a Beta Notice in the Samsung Members app if your Galaxy Watch is eligible. No notice means it’s not eligible.

Can I Opt-Out of the Beta Program? Yes, you can easily opt out. Go to the Beta Notice page, tap the Beta Withdraw button, and follow the instructions.

How Do I Roll Back My Watch to One UI 5 Watch? After installing the One UI 6 Watch beta, visit the nearest service center to revert back after leaving the beta program.

Can I Opt for Beta again after I leave the Beta? No, once you opt out, you cannot rejoin the beta program.

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