One Ui 5 Announced For Galaxy Watch! Which smartwatches are getting it?


5/4/20232 min read

Samsung recently announced One Ui 5 for Galaxy Watch. Smartwatches that will be getting this update include Galaxy Watch 4 (both 40 and 44mm) Galaxy Watch 4 Classic (both 42 and 46mm) then Galaxy Watch 5 (40 and 44mm) alongside with Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will be also getting this new update.

Beta program for this new update will hopefully start by the end of May or in June. Once again limited number of countries will be getting this beta program. This new One Ui 5 update will be based on Wear OS 4.0 Samsung will focus on 3 major areas with this update and those are.


About sleep Samsung's focus is on better sleep tracking and providing better insights like blood oxygen and heart rate during sleep. There will be a comparison of sleep score with last night's sleep, a dedicated sleep coach will be available so users can develop better sleeping habits. At the end Samsung will provide better integration with home devices so users can schedule sleep and it will be synced with all devices you're using at home.

Next Samsung is focusing on better fitness with One Ui 5 and they are including heart rate zones. So users according to their ability can achieve their goals and check in which heart rate zone they are falling. This can help to check overall health and can determine if user is suffering from obesity or not.

The Heart Rate Zones can analyze individual physical capabilities and set five optimal workout intensity levels to allow users to set their goals based on their ability. The five intensity levels are warm-up, fat burn, cardio, hard training, and max.

At the end Samsung has focused on user safety and now they will turn on Hard fall detection by default for people who are over the age of 50. Among the new features is an updated SOS system that enables direct communication to an emergency phone number and relays information regarding the wearer’s location and medical information.

Further you can check out more information on this update via the following video.