Galaxy Watch 3 Update Improves Blood Oxygen Feature

Samsung has dispatched a new software update for its latest Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch. The update improves the measurement of the blood oxygen saturation feature to enhance its quality and provides stability. The firmware version R840XXU1BTK1 is now rolling out in Samsung’s home country. In the recent update, Samsung has already provided stability to many health functions including SpO2, VO2 Max, Sleep Score & stress management. Now, the company is again stabilizing the SpO2 measurement to get fast & accurate results from Watch 3.

To the surprise, the changelog mentions it has added voice guidance support to the exercises. The voice guidance support has been unlocked for the many users on Galaxy Watch 3, and even Samsung has brought it to Galaxy Watch Active 2. For the information, the voice coach can give you health tips from time to time by using the Bluetooth headset. It even guides you about cumulative data and heart rate to the automatic section of running/biking exercise. It also works when you connect the headset with your phone.

Galaxy Watch 3 SpO2 Update

The voice guidance support is best for runners or fitness-centric users. Finally, the firmware squashes minor bugs to provide more stability to the wearable. The update is now rolling in South Korea, and soon you will see it on your Galaxy Watch 3. Currently, it is available for the Bluetooth version. To install this 63MB update, go to the Galaxy Wearable app, and then check in the Watch Software Update option.