Samsung 22 Sep
Korean tech giant Samsung recently launched its LTE variant of Galaxy Watch with always-on features along with the power of Bixby. The smartwatch went on sale through various U.S. carriers and in emerging markets like India back in August. Now in the latest development in this regard, Samsung is rolling out a firmware update for Galaxy Watch LTE to improve its battery performance in addition to fixing various bugs.
The update is being sent out to customers in Telstra in Australia and in New Zealand. The changelog suggests improvements to Samsung Health experience, GPS connection, and its accuracy and battery efficiency, which are all of minor nature as the update size tend to suggest while we don’t have any official statement from Samsung deep in knowing what these updates are. Likewise, the update ditches the ‘Use Gear without phone connection’ menu in addition to introducing dual-clock watch face.
Android 28 Sep
The firmware is being rolled out and would land to the devices in stages as it normally happen and you could get your hands on to it by heading over to the Download updates option in About Watch when you go to the settings tab. Have you received the update yet? Let us know in the comments section below.