One of the best features of the Galaxy Watch 4 is its software, which combines the best features of Samsung and Google in an untidy but incredibly useful way. With a beta version coming to the Galaxy Watch 4 in June, Samsung is now considering the next phase for its Wear OS shell, One UI Watch.

One UI Watch beta will be made accessible to Galaxy Watch 4 owners beginning early next month, according to post Announced on Samsung’s community forums.

On June 2, the beta program will begin, at least in South Korea. But given Samsung’s track record, we anticipate that this beta will be made readily available to Galaxy Watch 4 customers in additional countries, including the US. According to Samsung, the conventional (i.e., Bluetooth-only) Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be able to access the beta.

BETA FOR GALAXY WATCH 4: WHAT IS NEW? What has this beta got new? Although Samsung claims the update will be for its One UI Watch skin that sits on top of Wear OS, no specifics about what would be updated are yet known.

However, it appears quite likely that Samsung will implement some surface-level incremental updates and possibly update the core with enhancements to Wear OS. After all, we already know that Google is working on its own Pixel Watch, which will probably bring its own set of platform changes—perhaps some of which Samsung will share. Additionally, it’s very probable that this update will include some of the brand-new functionality or aesthetic improvements coming to the Galaxy Watch 5 series. According to a recent report, the new series would include a new version of One UI Watch.

The Samsung Members app will be used to sign up for the wristwatch beta, just like it does for Samsung’s Android betas on its Galaxy smartphones. The program seems to be running through August.

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