While we wait for the One UI 5.0 beta to arrive next month, Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 leaked photos. It has already released the Wear OS 3.5 One UI Watch 4.5 beta. This is the next major iteration of the company’s smartwatch. This firmware is likely to power the Galaxy Watch 5 series when it launches in a few months. Some images highlighting some of the cosmetic changes made with this update have been leaked online.
The images presumably wrapped up versions of features we already knew were coming, like new clock faces, a tweaked keyboard interface, and a UI for selecting which SIM card to use to make calls if your device has more than one. However, they do highlight new accessibility features, such as additional color correction options, audio channel settings for headphones connected directly to the watch, and various dexterity settings for touch interaction.
Galaxy Watch 5 will help dual SIM strains from its host device, allowing the user to select whether or not to use SIM1 or SIM2 on a phone call or when sending a message.
In addition, some accessibility options are detailed in the screenshots. First, vision-impaired customers will be able to activate TalkBack from any screen by double-pressing the home button. This will learn everything that is displayed in the program out loud.