Google and Samsung’s ongoing collaboration for the advancement of Wear OS (and consequently, upcoming wearable products) has consistently yielded new developments, and it seems that an early preview of the upcoming Wear OS 3.5 update, as well as Samsung’s One UI Watch 4.5 have been given the spotlight in a recent string of online leaks.
A Twitter post from noted tech informant Evan Blass shows several photos of screenshots, which showcase upcoming visual elements to the wearable interface. Aside from some watch faces, the leaked photos also show swipe and typing gestures, as well as a keyboard interface, SIM selection settings, call and message notifications, as well as screenshots of settings options.
Given that we’ve previously seen several other leaks regarding the upcoming Galaxy Watch 5, it’s not all surprising to see new updates to Samsung’s wearable software interface. Speaking of the Galaxy Watch 5, it’s speculated that the new device might come at a higher price compared to its predecessors, and it’s predicted that it might be priced at around 300 Euros for the 40mm Bluetooth model, and 350 Euros for the LTE model.
The Galaxy Watch 5 is also expected to come in different variants, according to a report from Sammobile.
As for the leaked Wear OS and One UI Watch images, we’re bound to see more news regarding this in the future, as more information becomes available.