Last month, Samsung announced the One UI Watch 5 beta testing program for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5. Today, the company has started rolling out the third beta for testers. The gradual upgrade addresses a number of issues and also enhances the overall experience on Galaxy Watches. Read along to know more details about the One UI Watch 5 Beta 3.
Samsung is pushing the incremental beta with the R9200XXU1ZWFC build number. Today’s release weighs around 426MB in size, it weighs more compared to the second beta. The incremental update is available for users in South Korea and the USA. If you are a One UI Watch 5 beta tester, then you will receive the new update on your watch over the air.
Moving to the changes, then the official changelog of update confirms several improvements including addressing an issue related to blood oxygen readings during sleep, a better visual experience in bright environments, power supply improvements, newer security patch, and more. The update could bring improvements to the overall battery life on the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5. For security, today’s build bring July security patch.
Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series users from South Korea and the US can easily join the beta program by applying for beta from Samsung Members app. Yes, the beta availability is currently limited to two regions. There is no information on whether it will be available in other regions or not.
If your Galaxy Watch is already running on the One UI Watch 5 beta, then you will receive the incremental upgrade over the air. You can easily update from the Galaxy Wearable app > Settings > Software Updates.
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