Latest Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 update enables touch bezel by default

Ricky, 01 October 2019

The latest firmware update for the Galaxy Watch Active2 is now available and it brings a few new changes. GPS performance has been improved and a bug fix was also applied for the GPS. In addition, accuracy of the battery meter complication has been improved. Finally, the touch-sensitive bezel of the smartwatch has been enabled by default.

The first Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch didn’t have a rotating bezel, which was a UI feature on Samsung wearables since the Samsung Gear S2. The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 did bring the feature back, but in a new way – a touch-sensitive bezel would let the user scroll through the UI without blocking the display with a finger.

Latest Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 update enables touch bezel by default

With the latest update, Samsung has enabled the feature as the default setting so that customers no longer need to dig through menus on a paired smartphone. You can still turn the feature off if you’d rather not use the touch-bezel.

The update is about just under 14MB and contains build number R820XXU1BSI9/R820OXA1BSI9. Check the Source link for the full change log.

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