Imminent Release of One UI 6 Watch Beta Update in the USA

One UI 6 Watch Beta Update in the USA

Recently, Samsung announced the One UI 6 Watch update, showcasing the new features coming to Galaxy Watches. Alongside this announcement, they revealed that the One UI 6 Watch Beta program is set to begin in June. It now seems that the release of the One UI 6 Watch Beta update is just around the corner.

Expected Launch of One UI 6 Watch Beta Update in the USA

Samsung is on the verge of launching the One UI 6 Watch Beta update in the USA. Observant users, such as @theonecid, noticed that moderators on the Samsung Community Forum have started updating posts related to the One UI Watch Beta Program. These updates include modifications to the beta community guidelines, FAQs, privacy policy, and terms and conditions.

A screenshot below highlights these updated posts.

Given that these posts are now being refreshed on Samsung’s official forum, it strongly suggests that the One UI 6 Watch Beta update will soon be available in the US. The update is also expected to launch in South Korea, as mentioned in Samsung’s One UI 6 Watch announcement. However, it remains uncertain whether the update will be rolled out in China, Europe, India, Poland, and the UK.

Below is our review of the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, which will be the first smartwatch to access the One UI 6 Watch Beta update.

Eligible Galaxy Watches for One UI 6 Watch Update

One UI 6 Watch Beta Update in the USA

Per Samsung’s announcement, the Wear OS 5-based One UI 6 Watch update will be available for the following devices:

  • Galaxy Watch 4
  • Galaxy Watch 4 Classic
  • Galaxy Watch 5
  • Galaxy Watch 5 Pro
  • Galaxy Watch 6
  • Galaxy Watch 6 Classic

New Features in One UI 6 Watch

The update integrates Galaxy AI into Galaxy Watches, offering users personalized health recommendations and tips, customized motivational prompts based on health data, improved sleep tracking accuracy, and information on Aerobic Threshold (AT) and Anaerobic Threshold (AnT) Heart Rate Zones.

Cyclists will benefit from the Functional Threshold Power (FTP) feature, and the new Race feature will enable both cyclists and runners to compare their current workouts with previous sessions. Additionally, One UI 6 Watch introduces the Workout Routines feature, allowing users to select multiple workouts in a series.