Samsung rolled out new software update for its premium Samsung Galaxy Watch LTE version, that fixes some issues and brings many improvements. This update which can be mainly termed as a bug fix download, intends to address some issues which are faced by smartwatch users. The latest update version R805FXXU1CRKA has been currently introduced for Telstra carrier in Australia and New Zealand. All the users in the region will be benefited with this update as it has improvements in battery life, which was the biggest issue for many users.
The LTE version of the smartwatch enables you to experience enhanced connectivity, as you can reduce the burden of carrying your smartphone with you for running etc. Latest update brings improvement in GPS accuracy and connection of the smartwatch. Other improvements included in the update are run track and Samsung Health, that will enable you to track your activities with high accuracy. This update added the excellent Dual Clock watch face and removed menu, use gear without smartphone connection. It has the size of 38.63MB and accommodates Tizen 126.96.36.199 platform along with it.
Earlier before the introduction of the recent update, Samsung offered few updates that were also intended to improve the efficiency of the smartwatch. The previous updates to the smartwatch solved issues like bug fixes, improvements in Samsung Health experience, improved device stability, improved music play and improvements in overall functioning of the smartwatch. Samsung constantly introducing updates to the product in order to improve the functioning of the smartwatch as well as ensure customer satisfaction.
Though the latest update for the Galaxy watch LTE version is available only in Telstra carrier in Australia and New Zealand, it is expected to be rolled out globally very soon. In order to get this update on your smartphone or you can manually check it. For this purpose, go to the Setting then select About Watch, now go to the Update Watch Software and select Update Now option to get the update installed in your smartwatch.
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