The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 gets improved GPS tracking thanks to the latest software update
Last month, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 received an update with some of the new features that are now coming to the users of this smartwatch who are located in the United States. Now, the LTE variant of this smartwatch receives a rich set of new features and improvements in the shape of a 45.42 MB download that includes the firmware code with the version number R825USQU1BTJ6/R825UOYN1BTJ6.
According to the official changelog, the highlights of the aforementioned update are the following:
- Improved GPS accuracy and connection.
- Voice guidance provided via headset connected to mobile when exercising with a watch.
- Voice guidance provided for traveled distance and HR data, when Auto Lap feature is enabled during Running/Cycling.
- Improved system stability and reliability.
Since its early August 2019 release, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 received quite a few new features through software updates, such as Fall Detection, scrolling screenshots, chat history, VO2 max, Running Analysis, and more. Back at launch, it came with Tizen 4.0, but it got Tizen 5.5-based firmware at the end of September 2020.