Samsung showcased One UI Watch functions, will come featured on Galaxy Watch 4


Today is the second day of the Mobile World Congress and Samsung took an opportunity to showcase the One UI Watch. One UI is Samsung's own platform for their Galaxy lineup so it's interesting to see what it does on smartwatches. Without further ado, let's check it out below.

For starters, One UI Watch is based on Google's latest Wear OS. With that, pairing it up with an Android phone will allow you to install an app automatically on the Samsung smartwatch. If you have other settings on the phone, it is said to continue and appear on the smartwatch as well. The One UI Watch will support more apps than Tizen, such as Strava, Adidas Running, Calm, Spotify, YouTube Music and Google Maps.


Thanks to Google Wear OS, Samsung is confident that the next-gen of Galaxy Watch will have a longer battery life, faster performance and other improvements. To ensure that the Galaxy Watch is distinct from other Wear OS smartwatches, Samsung is planning to improve the designs on the dial tools that allow users to make their own third-party dials.

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 will be equipped with the latest One UI Watch this summer (August onwards). With this, we won't be surprised if it comes with the upcoming Galaxy Fold smartphones too. What do you think of the One UI Watch? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more trending tech news at