The most recent Wear OS 3 wristwatch to hit the market is Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5. It isn’t a significant improvement over the Galaxy Watch 4, since both wearables have comparable specifications. Three important upgrades from the Watch 4 to the Watch 5 include a stronger cover glass, a larger battery, and a skin temperature sensor. None of them, however, are substantial enough to formally upgrade to it. That’s not terrible, particularly considering that the Watch 4 is one of the top Android smartwatches available. To help set the Watch 5 apart from the Watch 4, Samsung includes a few new watch faces. The differences between its 2021 and 2022 smartwatches are being further blurred by the Korean company by adding these watch faces to the Watch 4.
Six new watch faces from the Galaxy Watch 5 collection have been added to the Watch management app in a new version (v220.127.116.1181151) for the Galaxy Watch 4 plugin. Information Board, Pro Analog, Digital Neon, Analog Utility, Kinetic Digits, and Flower Garden are included in this.
You may get the update from the Google Play Store or the Galaxy Store if you use the Galaxy Watch 4. Or, you should be able to download the update the following time you launch the Galaxy Wearable app. The updated watch faces should then appear in the appropriate area.
When the One UI Watch 4.5 upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 range is released in Q3 2022, the Watch 5’s feature set will be extended even more. In addition to new watch faces, it offers a better typing experience with support for swipe-to-type, fluid switching between input types, dual-SIM support, accessibility upgrades, and more. Throughout the summer, the Korean giant has also allowed the public to test the One UI 4.5 beta for the Watch 4 in the US and a few other countries. The Galaxy Watch 5 comes pre-installed with the most recent One UI Watch skin and Wear OS 3.5.