The Galaxy Watch 4 series is powered by the Exynos W920 dual-core processor clocked at 1.18GHz. It has 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. There is support for Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, and four satellite navigation systems. The Watch 4 Classic is IP68 rated for water resistance up to 5ATM.
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 grabbed the latest software update. The latest update includes the One UI beta 2 update. In this update, Samsung improved system security and stability as well as installed a bunch of improvements and fixes for the bugs that appeared in the last version.
- Enhances the GPS stability, app functionality, as well as health functions by improving running and swimming performance.
- Fixes the issues that are slow or terminated in the Health app.
- Fixes the call receiving screen is not displayed when Watch music is playing.
- Fixes the reminder and alarm remain after a snooze and cut off on the weather screen when the font size is enlarged.
- Fixed the My Photo+, My Style background photo, and AR emoji character that was not restored when the data is restored.
How to download the One UI Watch 4.5 beta?
If you want to test the pre-release firmware, keep in mind that the One UI Watch 4.5 beta is available only for Wear OS Samsung devices, meaning the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic. It is not available for older Galaxy Watch models or Wear OS smartwatches from other brands. Then, to participate in the beta program, you need a Galaxy smartphone and the Samsung Members app installed, along with a Samsung account.
Galaxy Watch 4 customers who meet these requirements will see a banner inside the Samsung Members app, which allows them to register for the One UI Watch beta program. Samsung customers can download the beta firmware after their application is accepted.
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