February 28, 2022
After the company released a minor update for its Galaxy Watch 4 series, some users claimed that Google Pay wasn’t working after the previous update and also about worse sleep tracking and shorter battery life.
Now, Samsung released improved system stability and reliability update to its Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic on the build numbers R870XXU1EVB4 and R880XXU1EVB4 respectively. Currently, this update is rolled out in the US.
February 26, 2022
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is a sequel to one of our favorite smartwatches ever, and it’s the first time in a while that we’ve seen the company embrace Wear OS software. It’s not your typical Wear OS watch though; it’s called One UI Watch 3, and it’s been built by Samsung with Google’s help.
On paper, the overall upgrade is limited, but the Watch 4 is suitable for anyone who’s looking for a top-end smartwatch that can track workouts, as well as offer a lot of other smart features that many alternative wrist companions can’t.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is a slimline smartwatch with a design that sits comfortably on your wrist. If you’re looking for something a touch chunkier, or you’d like a rotating bezel, you should opt for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
According to the latest report, Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic grabbed the latest software update on the build number R870XXU1EVB4 in the US.
- Improved system stability and reliability
Here’s how to check for updates:
- Launch Galaxy Wearable app.
- Tap on Home > Watches software update.
- Tap on Download and install.
- Tap on Install now if an update is available.