Galaxy Watch, Gear S3 and Gear Sport new update brings One UI

Samsung brings new features to Gear watches

Samsung brings new features to Gear watches

The One UI, based on Android 9.o Pie, reimagines how consumers interact with their mobile devices. One UI introduces a much simpler and modern interface that Samsung has failed to bring on its devices for a while, and overall it's been a positive improvement in terms of looks.

Samsung announced that it is bringing One UI to its lineup of smartwatches starting this week, watches that include the Galaxy Watch, Gear Sport, and Gear S3.

True to form, Samsung has been pretty good about making sure owners of its older smartwatches get in on those new features.

As the company details, "This latest deployment of One UI, Samsung is bringing a bolder, cleaner and more simplistic interface, created to eliminate unnecessary distractions for more comfortable usability".

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The new update is now rolling out in U.S. and Canada, bringing firmware version R800XXU1CSE1, R760XXU2ESE3 & R600XXU1CSE2 for Galaxy Watch, Gear S3 & Gear Sport respectively. From now on when you launch Samsung Health, it will display the Daily Activities screen providing you with your calories, movement, and workout counts at a glance.

Improved workout tracking with a workout profile for outdoor swimming. Plus, the multitasking on these Samsung watches has been improved and there's an additional option to turn the sleeping mode on or off.

Your watch might even last longer.

The update weighs around 100MB and shall roll out to users in phases. Enter your email to be subscribed to our newsletter.

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