Samsung has started rolling out the stable version of the One UI 5 Watch update for the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro models.
One UI 5 Watch update launched
The company previously recruited beta testers for the One UI 5 Watch update. Especially on the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 models. These testers received the stable version a few days ago. Now all users in South Korea have access to this update.
It can be downloaded via the Galaxy Wearable app by following the path: Watch Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. Due to the large size of the update, it is recommended to use a Wi-Fi network for the download.
New features and improvements in One UI 5 Watch
Based on Wear OS 4, this update introduces new faces and “Tiles” for the watch. Users can now personalize the watch screen with a series of images or even a video. Also, the watch can automatically detect cycling workouts. It also offers personalized heart rate zone information. As well as significant improvements have also been made to sleep tracking.
Improved flexibility and controls
The update allows users to manually back up watch data. As well as pairing the watch to another phone without resetting it. Call volume, mute and keypad controls are now available when taking calls through the Galaxy Watch 5. Additional hand gestures have also been introduced.
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