Introduction: Samsung's latest smartwatch has undergone several minor software updates in the United States for a few months after its first commercial debut. The focus is on improving music playback, battery charging reliability, overall usability and sleep tracking.
Samsung's latest smartwatch has undergone several minor software updates a few months after its first commercial debut in the US, with a focus on improving music playback, battery charging reliability, overall usability and sleep tracking.
According to SamMobile, it's time to enhance the capabilities of the next-generation wireless Galaxy Watch. Although we haven't seen a major update to the recently released Gear S3, there are certainly some notable changes.
Most users of the LTE version have bug fixes, including a problem, which sounds particularly annoying because the phone number information will randomly disappear when redialing.
A 14MB update is obviously enough to "stabilize" the wearable device's eSIM activation program and fix another failure condition where the VoLTE icon will no longer be displayed but the service is still active.
At the same time, those who are more affordable, only Samsung Bluetooth Galaxy Watch users should continue to pay attention to the upgrade of the operating system, the update reached 62.75MB.
This includes unnamed bug fixes, but more importantly, improved overall device stability, increased heart rate monitoring reliability, and increased battery life.
Interestingly, in the tests a few months ago, battery life was emphasized as a key strength of the device, and stability cannot be said to be not a problem. Samsung is striving for perfection in the smoothness of the polishing system, which is obviously great!This article was written by the author of the cutting-edge technology. The views represent only the author and do not represent the OFweek position. If you have any infringement or other problems, please contact us.