One Ui 5 Beta for Galaxy Watch is officially delayed
Samsung has confirmed that the One UI 5 beta for Galaxy Watch has been delayed. The beta was originally scheduled to launch in May, but Samsung has now said that it will be available sometime in June.
A moderator on Samsung's Korean Community forum has confirmed the delay, saying that it is due to "difficulties faced in implementing Wear OS 4." The moderator also said that Samsung is working to get the beta program up and running as quickly as possible.
The delay of One UI 5 beta for Galaxy Watch is disappointing for many users who were looking forward to trying out the new software. However, it is important to note that Samsung has a good track record of providing timely updates for its Galaxy Watch devices. It is likely that the One UI 5 beta will be released sooner rather than later.
In the meantime, users can continue to use the current version of One UI for Galaxy Watch. This version of the software includes a number of new features and improvements, such as a new health dashboard, a redesigned UI, and new watch faces.
Samsung has not yet announced a specific release date for One UI 5 for Galaxy Watch. However, it is likely that the beta will be released sometime in the next few months. Once the beta is available, users will be able to sign up to test the new software and provide feedback to Samsung.
Let's wait and see when this update will be available in June. This update will hopefully bring new features to Galaxy Watch like material you and Irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications (IHRN).