The new feature that would arrive with WearOS 4 at the end of the year, and that will save you a lot of time when changing devices.
We have a lot of smartwatches available in the market, not just the Apple Watch, but those that are using the operating system. Wear OS.
we have thousands of Smart Watches using Wear OS, an operating system that has some annoying limitations, one of which is that you have to restart the watch when you change phones.
But this will end, because Google hopes to solve this problem with the next Wear OS 4 update later this year, and it would be through the following.
One UI 5 Watch beta changelog for the Galaxy Watch 5 shows the ability to link the clock to a phone without rebooting.
The functionality is very simple, requiring only that you accept a message on the new device. Of course, both the watch and the phone must be logged into the same Google account for the transfer to work.
A considerable time saving
This is nice, because we don’t need to have to set the clock from scratch while you switch phones. This should be available for any watch, regardless of whether it is from Samsung or not.
Furthermore, Wear OS 4 is expected to offer native cloud backup restore functionality for downloaded apps and watch faces.
So even when switching to a new device, the setup process should be faster than now.