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.
Recently, Samsung released the 3rd beta of One UI Watch 4.5 based on the Wear OS 3.5 update to its Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic in the US and some other countries.
Now, we heard the news that Samsung planning to release the One UI Watch 4.5 stable update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series as soon as possible. The South Korean firm is bringing a better UI experience and adding lots of the latest features.
Currently, the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is running on Wear OS 3.2 which is based on Google’s operating system. It will also come pre-installed on the Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. Recently, we made an article that the Galaxy Watch 5 series model numbers are leaked on Samsung’s official website, check here.
You can check the One UI 4.5 update changelog:
- One UI 4.5 brings a better typing experience, an easier way to make calls, enhanced accessibility features, and more customizable watch faces.
- This update rolls out a full QWERTY keyboard layout with swipe typing.
- An easier way to switch between typing, handwriting, and voice dictation.
- In this latest update, you can now create multiple instances of the same watch face and save those instances separately.
- One UI 4.5 includes contrast, font size, hue, tap duration, and repeated touch input options.
- In this update, users can also remove the blur effect and transparency.
- The South Korean tech firm added the customization of left/right audio balance for connected wireless audio devices.
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