Samsung Galaxy Watch4 is getting a One UI Watch beta next month


A beta programme for Samsung’s premium Galaxy smartphones allows customers to test new versions of Android and One UI before they are released to the general public. For those who want to get their hands on a new software build as soon as possible, but also for those who need to report bugs and give feedback, this is a good option for South Korean tech giant Samsung. This comes after the success of the One UI Watch beta programme for smartphones, which the Korean company has now launched.

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The One UI Watch Beta will go live in South Korea on June 2, 2022, according to a post on the Samsung community site (via TizenHelp). To be consistent with its past, the corporation is expected to open the beta across North America, Europe and China as well as other nations. Although there’s no certainty that the beta will be made available to everyone, there isn’t any reason why it couldn’t be.

Users of the Samsung Members app will be able to participate in the One UI beta programme for the Galaxy Watch4. The One UI Watch banner will appear in the app once the programme goes live, and users will have to tap it in order to sign up for the beta test programme. If you want to test out the next version of One UI Watch on your Galaxy Watch, sign up as soon as registrations open. Currently, we don’t know when that will happen.


Additionally, Samsung plans to release a beta version of its wearable plugin. If you opt to leave the beta programme in the middle, you won’t be able to go back to a stable version of One UI Watch on the Galaxy Watch4. For now, you’ll have to wait till the final stable build is released by the firm. Leaving and rejoining the beta programme will also not be an option.

For the Galaxy Watch4 series, it’s unclear what new features and enhancements One UI Watch will bring. Samsung has been adding new features and watch faces to its Wear OS 3 wearable since it was released last year. It even received compatibility for Google Assistant yesterday, with a rollout going right now.


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