We may see a peek of Samsung’s ‘official’ One UI Watch 4.5 update as per teasers


It appears that some new accessibility changes are on the way.

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Since there is still a beta programme for the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic, we are aware that Samsung is developing the One UI Watch 4.5 update. We’ve learned a lot about upcoming software changes from that beta programme, but today we’re getting an even better look: Evan Blass, a leaker, has posted images of what he claims to be the “official” OneUI 4.5.

The screenshots mostly depict (presumed) finished versions of features we were aware would be introduced, such as new watch faces, an improved keyboard interface, and a user interface (UI) for selecting which SIM card to use for calls if your device supports more than one. However, they also draw attention to brand-new accessibility features like more colour correction options, earbud audio channel settings, and a number of dexterity settings for touch interaction.


Blass’s Twitter thread contains a total of 21 images of the watch spread across a few tweets, but it doesn’t provide much further information; all Evan says about the screenshots is that they’re official. The Galaxy Watch5 is anticipated this summer, and it seems sense that it would come with One UI 4.5, so we’ll undoubtedly learn more about the new software soon.

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