Earlier this week Samsung revealed a new update coming to the Galaxy Watch 4 series that would deliver sleep coaching, custom interval training, and more features. Now, that major February update for the Galaxy Watch 4 is rolling out widely, and it comes with a more detailed changelog that reveals the ability to set the orientation for the left or right wrist.
Samsung’s February update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series has technically been available for about 24 hours, with one of our team members seeing the update in Europe yesterday. As of today, Samsung has explicitly confirmed availability in the US, and we’ve been able to successfully request and install the update on our test units.
The update’s arrival also offers a bit more detail on everything that’s changed. For one, that includes a new batch of watch face options. These include faces to match Samsung’s new official bands and additional customization features such as fonts and colors.
Another big bonus is that this update adds an orientation setting that allows the Galaxy Watch 4 to flip its interface to fit on your left or right wrist. You can make this change from the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone. Google just started working on this option for the underlying Wear OS recently.
You can read the full changelog below.
In the US, this update comes with the build number R87XXXU1EVA8 and is available for download either on the watch itself or in the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone.
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