Latest Samsung Update offers Newer Features for Old Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active users

Latest Samsung Update offers Newer Features for Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active usersSamsung is much dedicated to providing the latest features to its customers. Now, if you own a Galaxy Watch or a Galaxy Watch Active, Samsung is pushing out a software update for the older smartwatches. The new update would efficiently deliver some of the newer and advanced features already available on the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Galaxy Watch 3. TizenHelp also reported that the update is rolling out now and brings a number of improvements with it. So, you don’t need to think about upgrading your Samsung smartwatch quite so soon. Now, the incoming messages in apps such as WhatsApp can now display images right on the watches themselves.

You can see at a glance whether the pictures your friends and relatives are sending your way are worth getting your phone out for. It is noteworthy that the Galaxy Watch and the Galaxy Watch Active users will also get support for Bitmoji and Samsung’s own AR Emoji on their devices. It will provide you more options for adding some variety to your instant messaging conversations when words just aren’t enough. The voice guidance over Bluetooth is being added so you can hear how far you’ve traveled and what your heart rate is during a run, walk, cycle, or other workouts when it comes to the fitness features on these smartwatches.

The blood pressure monitoring functionality has been added to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 via a software update. You will also find a scrolling screenshot capture mode on the wearables. Samsung has apparently added a bunch of stability and performance advancements to the Tizen software too. The update also indicated to weigh in at 292MB. Point to be noted that the original Samsung Galaxy Watch launched in August 2018 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active follow-up appeared in March 2019. Now, it’s more interesting to see Samsung still updating these devices even though newer models are now available in the market. The newer models have been getting their own updates in recent days too.

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