The Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch series has been out for a couple of months — at least in select markets that have enjoyed a timely release — and Samsung is already improving its new wearables with fresh firmware updates.
The company is now rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series, which should be improving system stability and reliability, at least according to the minimalist changelog. No major changes or additions are coming with this update, but improved stability is always welcome.
The latest update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series can be identified by firmware version R8xxXXU1CUJ2. And as usual, users should be able to download and install the update from the Samsung Members app on their connected smartphones.
This isn’t the first firmware update launched by Samsung for the Galaxy Watch 4 series since its release a couple of months ago, and if you are an early adopter, you probably already know the steps required to apply new updates.
As for the latest release, it’s reportedly rolling out in a handful of markets, including the USA. Make sure you refer to the Members app and check for updates as soon as you can. Or if you want to learn more about these new Samsung wearables, feel free to check our hands-on videos and review below.
SamsungGalaxy Watch 4 (44mm)
SamsungGalaxy Watch 4 Classic (46mm)