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Samsung Unveils One UI 6 Watch with Galaxy AI; Public Beta Begins June 2024

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Hey Samsung fans, excellent news is coming now: the company has officially announced the Wear OS-based One UI 6 Watch for its Galaxy Watches. The latest One UI Watch update is based on Google’s Wear OS version 5, which will come first for Pixel Watches. 

Samsung Announces One UI 6 Watch Featuring Galaxy AI

Samsung’s latest One UI 6 Watch skin adds new features in health, including Energy Score and Galaxy AI-powered health tips.

Samsung is bringing Galaxy AI to the Galaxy Watch, enhancing its popular health features and providing users with more personalized and secure health experiences.

The new Energy Score feature analyzes personal health metrics to provide a better understanding of daily conditions and offers motivational tips to improve wellness.

The enhanced sleep AI algorithm provides more detailed sleep insights, such as movement during sleep, sleep latency, heart rate, and respiratory rate.

New fitness features include detailed aerobic threshold (AT) and anaerobic threshold (AnT) heart rate zone metrics, as well as functional threshold power (FTP) metrics for efficient running and cycling.

The Workout Routine feature allows users to combine various exercises for a personalized workout and seamlessly transition between exercises.

The Race feature lets users track and compare their current and past performance on the same routes for running and cycling.

One UI 6 Watch Eligibility

Samsung plans to release the One UI 6 Watch update later this year for all Galaxy Watches running Wear OS, including the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.

One UI 6 Watch Beta Launch Date

The One UI 6 Watch Beta Program will start in June 2024 in South Korea and the USA. Users in these regions with eligible Galaxy Watch models can register for the beta program using their Samsung account and download the update through the Samsung Members app or the Galaxy Wearable app.

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One UI 6 Watch Beta Have Multiple Bug & Issues

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Samsung has made the One UI 6 watch beta program live in the US and South Korea. Here,  users who have installed the beta update are reporting several issues that are related to different functions of the Galaxy smartwatches.

Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch users have reported issues appearing in several functions, such as the watch home screen, Samsung Health, battery draining, and media control issues.

Samsung One UI 6 Watch Beta Bugs & Issues

As reported by different Galaxy Watch users, here are the detailed issues:

Watch home screen issue: A user reported that the steps and calories are not showing on the watch screen after installing the beta update; however, after changing the watch faces, it starts working.

Samsung Health: In Samsung Health, users are getting repeated crashing problems a few moments after opening. It is suggested to clear the cache, but if the problem still persists, then users should try to check and install the latest update of the application.

Battery draining issue: After installing the One UI 6 watch beta, some users are reporting that they are getting battery draining issues. According to a report, when the watch charges completely, the user is getting 36 hours of backup before installing the beta update, but after installing the new beta update, the user is claiming that he gets 20 to 30% less battery backup.

Google Message issue: A user is claiming that Google Messenger is not worrying after installing the beta update; the Google Message is not even opening. In response to the complaint, the moderator said that the team is aware of the issue and working on fixing it.

Apart from this main issue, there are several other issues that are also reported by users. As it is a beta update, it is obvious that the software has a lot of bugs and some unpolished features, but as far as the fix of the issue is concerned, it is expected that the company may fix some of them with another beta update. It will introduce all the fixes with the stable update, which is expected to be available in the next few weeks. If you want to get rid of the issues now, then you can level the beta program by following the below steps.

How to withdraw from the One UI 6 Watch beta program

  1. Go to the settings of the Samsung Member app.
  2. Select One UI Watch Program status.
  3. Now click withdraw.
  4. To remove the beta software, users have to flash the previous official version via the smart switch PC version. 

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch Ultra Some Key Spec Leaked

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Samsung is about to launch two new wearable smartwatches: the Galaxy Watch 7 and the Galaxy Watch Ultra. Right before any official announcement, the leak teases some key specifications of the upcoming watches. 

Samsung, on July 10th, at its next Galaxy Unpacked event, will debut the next-generation Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra. The new leak suggests a list of a few key specs for these upcoming smartwatches. A report from Notebookcheck reported that, according to a tipster, @negativeonehero, both of these wearables are going to power with the new Exynos W1000 chipset. The memory package will include 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of built-in storage. 

We can see the sizes here too: a choice of 40mm and 44mm case sizes for the Galaxy Watch, and a single 47mm size for the Galaxy Watch Ultra. Reportedly, the Galaxy Wach 7 could be 9.7 mm thick, whereas the Galaxy Watch Ultra could be 12.1 mm. Jumping on the battery size of the Galaxy Watch 7, it could get a 3000mAh or 425mAh battery, depending on the size, which weighs in at 28.5g or 33.5g. The Galaxy Watch Ultra is expected to feature a 590mAh battery and weigh 61.5g.

It is also reported that the Galaxy Watch Ultra could arrive with a titanium casing and a brighter screen as compared to the standard Galaxy Watch 7. It seems that the upcoming Galaxy Watch Ultra could replace the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. 

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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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