We’ve already received a new patch since Samsung launched the initial beta test for the Galaxy Watch 4 series earlier this month. Owners of the Galaxy Watch 4 are already receiving the second beta update for One UI Watch 4.5.

Owners of the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic who are participating in the One UI Watch 4.5 beta program should have access to an update that has been rolling out over the past day or so. According to TizenHelp and GSMArena , the update largely addresses problems that emerged after the initial beta update.

The most significant improvements we’ve noticed relate to power usage, health tracking, and an issue with the incoming call animation that would not work while the watch was playing music.

Here is Samsung’s complete changelog in translation:

Fixing bugs an improved GPS signal enhanced functionality of apps enhanced swimming and running performance, and more reliable health tracking features Fixed Health app sluggishness and unforeseen termination Stabilized energy usage: Fixes for the background images for My Photo and My Style and for the AR emoji character not being restored when the data is recovered When Watch music is playing when Watch and Buzz are connected, the call reception screen will now appear. a problem that kept the reminder alarm from going off after being snoozed has been fixed Fix for the weather screen’s layout issue when the text size is increased Added advancements Of course, for a while, the bulk of Galaxy Watch 4 owners won’t really notice these changes. One UI Watch 4.5 is currently in closed beta and won’t be made available to the general public for some time. Samsung has also stopped accepting new beta participants, so the update is only available to those who have already signed up.

However, this is a fantastic beginning. One UI Watch 4.5 will be more stable when it officially launches because Samsung is diligently preparing it for the wider audience.

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