Every year Samsung opens the One UI beta testing program for its flagship smartphones. Recently, it has conducted an Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta program in many countries. Now, Samsung will start recruiting Galaxy Watch users for the One UI Watch beta program. Yes, the company has officially shared a banner on the Samsung Members app. As per official members, it will start the One UI Watch beta program on June 2nd in the home country or South Korea.
The main aim of the program is to get feedback and to ensure the quality of the newly build software. The beta program will be open for Galaxy Watch 4 & Watch 4 Classic smartwatches. It means the next software will be based on the Wear OS platform. It could be preparation for the next Galaxy Watch 5 series smartwatches. Samsung could launch Galaxy Watch 5 watches with Wear OS 4.0 version at launching.
At the moment, there is no information about the next One UI Watch beta features. Like beta programs for smartphones, users should visit the Samsung Members app. At the time of launching, Samsung will post a banner with a signup link. Users can participate in the program to experience new features before others and give feedback to the company. As mentioned earlier, the One UI Watch beta will start on June 2, and later start in other countires.
This is available in the US as well. I see the banner