Samsung has finally distributed the beta testing program for the Galaxy Watch 4 series in the US and South Korea with the program named OneUI Watch Beta.
The latest beta update comes with a bunch of new features including a Dual-SIM function, new Ul, and more. If you have registered properly via the Samsung Members app, you can then download the beta software update directly.
The update has a size of almost 800 MB. The innovations are divided into four categories, which are about the display, calls and contacts, notifications and the keyboard.
Accordingly, the display should now react much faster and provide two new complications for the dials. Furthermore, the T9 software keyboard has been converted to a standard QWERTY layout, which is why you no longer have to use GBoard.
One UI Watch Beta Changelog:
New duo edge/box complications are added.
The watch screen has been upgraded.
Dual SIM function & Ul are added.
A gif msg play is supported at the message.
New unified composer: Launch with an integrated keyboard, and scramble functions, and draft function support.
Subtext field support: Display additional information such as Gmail account name.
Single Unicode emoticon zoom: Supports body enlargement function consisting of one emoticon.
Support Qwerty layout, continuous input
Support seamless input of keyboard/handwriting/voice input.
Add date, alarm name, notification, etc. to alarm setting.