Samsung launched an update to its Galaxy Watch models. Samsung has released two new versions of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic smartwatch models to those who were unable to attend the event. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is the first, with its physical bezel that rotates to adjust the software, then comes the Galaxy Watch 4. This watch replaces the Galaxy Watch Active 2 in stores and it’s a bit sportier.
The Galaxy Watch 4 does not have a bezel around its display, unlike the Classic. It can be controlled using the same rotating controls that its more expensive sibling.
Samsung software allows wearers to move around the screen’s border as though it were a rotating watch. The Galaxy Watch 4 launched last month, and this software has not been as effective.
Samsung promises to make the Galaxy Watch 4’s latest software update more user-friendly by improving the functionality of its virtual touch bezel.
This update comes after many users reported problems with the bezel via social media. Samsung has not yet provided any details about the update, though we are hopeful that the Twitter complaints will be addressed by the next patch.
This update is essential for all Galaxy Watch 4 owners. The spinning bezel (virtual) is the most effective way to use the Galaxy Watch 4 and doesn’t leave fingerprints or smudges on the screen.
This update brings stability and reliability to the system. The Galaxy Watch 4 now has a new animation for opening all the apps.
Galaxy Watch 4’s complete update weighs in at around 290MB. You might not be available immediately because Samsung is slowing down the update rollout across the world, but you can expect it to drop within the next few days.
Publiated at Sun, 12 September 2021 18:34:30 +0000