The November 2023 update for the Galaxy Watch 6 is far less “Samsung.”

Galaxy Watch 6 November 2023 update has much less 'Samsung' in it

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For its newest smartwatches, Samsung is releasing an update that brings some tweaks for greater simplicity.

The Korean OEM is reportedly releasing the November 2023 update for the Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic, according to DroidLife. For the 40mm model, customers should see firmware version R935USQU1AWK4, and for the 44mm model, version R945USQU1AWK4.

The 43mm version of the Watch 6 Classic is available as R955USQU1AWK4, while the larger 47mm version is available as R965USQU1AWK4. While Verizon raises awareness of it, it looks like users in the United States are gradually getting access to this upgrade.

The network gives consumers access to a brief changelog that outlines what to anticipate. The “bulk” of this minor update consists of the business deleting the “Samsung” name from a number of its apps, including Samsung Wallet and Samsung Pay. Rather, when using these apps, consumers will just see “Pay” or “Wallet”. The business is implementing this new design into additional programs, such as Global Goals and Health.

The last line of the patch notes says that the update brings “improvements to your watch.”

Users should allow a few days for the November 2023 update to appear on their Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic, as it has just been released. Although the update should download automatically, you can always verify manually using the Galaxy Wearable app or the device’s system update settings.

It’s important to keep in mind that Gboard on the above mentioned devices has a fairly unpleasant issue. This issue affects a number of additional wearables running Wear OS 4, such as Samsung Reminder, Google Keep, and others, where users trying to text quickly get an annoying black screen.

Bixby, the AI assistant from Samsung, also seems to stop reacting and listening whenever this black screen shows. Users are encouraged to use Samsung’s default keyboard instead of this one until it is properly fixed, as it appears to work well with Wear OS 4.

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