The One UI 5 Watch update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series includes the July 2023 security patch.
Samsung's Wear OS 4 skin refreshes the two-year-old smartwatch with new watch faces and tiles, as well as new health tracking features like custom heart rate bands.
The update number for One UI 5 Watch ends with HWH3.
Samsung introduces One UI Watch 5, a new Wear OS 4-based smartwatch operating system skin, for the Galaxy Watch 4 and 4 Classic in the US.
Several users took to Reddit to share an update to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series (via Android Authority ), which arrived just days after the One UI 5 Watch was released. It brings the July 2023 security update along with a number of new features and changes aimed at improving the user experience.
According to 9to5Google, the update's build number ends with HWH3 and is currently only available for US watch models. However, the update will roll out to other regions soon.
Key updates to One UI 5 Watch include the ability to pair the Galaxy Watch with a new phone without a full factory reset. You can also control the volume of incoming calls or mute them, as well as enable (or disable) 360-degree sound on Galaxy Buds with the new Buds controller tiles.
Speaking of tiles, the latest update to the Android smartwatch operating system includes a number of new watch faces and tiles, including a new battery tile that lets you quickly check the battery level of your watch, phone, and Galaxy Buds. Meanwhile, the new timer tile provides quick access to the timer without opening the dedicated timer app.
The update also introduces more ways to track your health and fitness, such as personalized heart rate zones, a sleep coach that can tell you how well you slept each night, and the ability to automatically log your cycling workouts. , among others.
Assuming the One UI 5 Watch update is available to you, you can view the full changelog by downloading it to your Galaxy Watch 4. Just open Watch Settings, then click Watch Software Update.