A few months back, Samsung released the Galaxy Watch4 series. The smartwatch was in great hypes before and after its release. But then we started seeing some issues (fixable) with the series. For that, the company started rolling out software updates, including the one we are going to talk about.
The most recent software update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series is improving system stability and reliability. Nothing else. At least that we know of. This update comes with firmware version R870XXU1CUJ2. The update is limited to the US along with some other countries. We hope to see this update rolling out in other countries soon.
About the Galaxy Watch4
Samsung released the Galaxy Watch 4 this August along with several other devices. The device originally came with Android Wear OS, One UI Watch 3, Exynos W920 (5 nm) chipset, dual-core 1.18 GHz Cortex-A55, Mali-G68 GPU, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, and a 361 mAh battery.
The device is available in four colors – Black, Pink Gold, Silver, and Green and has a price tag of $208.00 (€244.90).
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