Since the launch, Galaxy Watch 4 duo is getting regular updates every week. In the last ‘CUJ2’ update, Samsung fixes minor issues, and the update is now rolling out in major countries. Meanwhile, a new firmware version has been released in South Korea for Galaxy Watch 4 & Classic. In this version, not Samsung has squashed known issues, but the company has added some new features. The firmware version R8**XXU1DUJA gets four new location watch faces. The new faces have been added to the Watch Face section of the Galaxy Wearable app.
Now you can set GIF as your watch face by using the My Photo dial. It has added to the demand of users. The users have also requested multiple photo selections in the face like the PhotoWear Photo app. The multiple photo display for the watch face hasn’t been introduced this time, though the Samsung rep said it is in the review. It has finally fixed the heart rate tracking issue, which had appeared in the ‘BUI5’ version.
Further, it has improved Samsung Health HR & Stress measurement. The sensitivity option has been added to the fall detection function. It also brings new gestures to launch apps or specific features. Currently, users can use gestures to answer calls and dismiss alerts & calls. The new gestures will be welcomed on Watch 4. The support for a Mute motion has been added, which syncs with a paired phone during calls.
The essential packs in watch faces and communication have also been enhanced. It enhances the usability of AR Emoji, Together, Bitmoji, Rnimal, and Cute Character. Finally, the company looked at known bugs to improve Galaxy Watch 4. The new firmware version is 477MB in size, and currently rolling out in South Korea for both LTE & Bluetooth variants. To install the update, open the Galaxy Wearable app, and head to Watch software update.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.