Samsung One UI 5 Watch features

Samsung introduces One UI 5 Watch OS with personalized fitness and safety features

Today, on May 04, Samsung introduces a new operating system the One UI 5 Watch for the Galaxy smartwatches with noteworthy features. This new iteration of Galaxy Watch software will make the smartwatches more appropriate and provide an improved health experience that helps users achieve their health goals.

The latest One UI 5 Watch operating system obtains several outstanding features for the Samsung Galaxy wearables such as improved sleep management, enhanced fitness functions to provide users with a better health management experience, and improved safety components for emergencies.

Moving on, the Korean tech giant says that the One UI 5 Watch will be available for eligible Galaxy smartwatch users in May 2023 via the beta program. Also, the firm further ensures the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 series users will be able to join the beta program via the Samsung Members app.

After the completion of a beta program, the company will dispatch the stable version for the Galaxy watch owners in the second half of 2023. Now let’s explore the offerings of this latest Watch OS.

Samsung One UI 5 Watch Features

Improved sleep management 

The tech maker has emphasized the sleep pattern of individual users, the formation of healthy habits, and the creation of an optimized sleep environment for better sleep. Thus, with the help of this enhanced sleep management feature, users can now check the various tips for sound sleep provided through existing Galaxy smartphones on the Galaxy Watch.

Moving on, the intuitively improved ‘ Sleep Insight UI (User Interface)’ places the user’s sleep score at the top of the screen to show the previous night’s sleep time and sleep quality at a glance.

Samsung One UI 5 Watch features

Personalized fitness 

One UI 5 Watch operating system provides a personalized exercise guide based on the user’s heart rate zone. Users can now individually check the cardiorespiratory capacity with the Galaxy Watch, and when the user runs for 10 minutes, the maximum oxygen intake (VO2 max) and personalized heart rate intervals based on aerobic and anaerobic thresholds are set.

Additionally, the software provides a personalized “heart rate zone” from zone 1 to zone 5. Also, the GPS Exchange Format route guidance feature available in the “Galaxy Watch 5 Pro” has also been enhanced. In addition to hiking and cycling, running and walking have been added as new options to allow users to check their location more conveniently.

Enhanced Safety Features

With the latest OS, Samsung has also customized the emergency SOS feature. A function has been added to connect to an emergency number such as 119 when an emergency situation occurs and the user presses the home button of the Galaxy Watch five times in a row and determines whether or not to connect the call.

After this, a button for direct access to the user’s medical information is provided on the Galaxy Watch screen, but to access these details, users must register their own medical information in advance.

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