Samsung has begun rolling out the beta 2 versions of its One UI 5 Watch software, which offers a range of useful improvements and new elements for users. One of the most significant modifications of this beta version is the fixing of the fast battery consumption issue.
This will allow the Galaxy Watch consumers to keep the watch face on at all times without the concern of the heavy drain of the battery. This component is particularly useful for fitness enthusiasts who need to track their workouts without constantly having to wake up their watch.
It further resolves one more crucial issue in which Samsung Pay was not working and the early sluggish issue after power on is improved partially. In addition, the firm has also added the Watch 4 bicycle riding exercise in the entities of Auto Excercise Recognition.
Other than these there are much more advancements that the users will encounter after installing the One UI 5 Watch Beta 2 on their respective Galaxy watch. Notably, the update also brings the June 2023 Android security patch, which helps in the optimized safety and reliability of the wearable.
Moving on, the Samsung One UI 5 Watch Beta 2 improvements are currently rolling out for the Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro users in the US. However, the company will expand the reach of the update to more wearable consumers in the coming days or weeks.
Additionally, the One UI 5 Watch beta 2 is rolling out with a build version ending with ZWF4 and it carries an installation package of 188.72 MB. Therefore, if you are testing the One UI 5 Watch beta on your Galaxy Watch, then you can download the beta 2 version and enjoy new improvements.
Major changes and improvements
- An early sluggish issue after “Power On” is improved partially
- Fixed an issue “Samsung Pay” can’t use for a while after OS updating
- Fixed the issue of fast battery consumption
- Added “Watch4 bicycle riding exercise” in the items of “Auto Excercise Recognition”
- In addition, applied a number of improvements