What does One UI even mean? And what does it do? Let’s cut through the technical jargon and narrow it down to this: every Android phone has a launcher, and Samsung’s version for Galaxy smartphones is known as One UI Home.

This launcher allows you to open programs and customize the aspects of the home screen, such as widgets and themes. It completely revamps the phone’s interface and adds a plethora of new functions. 

This year, Samsung has released One UI Watch to bring your Samsung Galaxy smartwatch and smartphone closer together. When you install a watch-compatible app on your smartphone, such as Spotify, the smartwatch version of the app is automatically downloaded to your watch which is pretty convenient. 

Popular apps such as Strava, Adidas Running, Calm, Spotify, YouTube Music, and Google Maps will be accessible for the Galaxy Watch thanks to One UI Watch.

App Ecosystem 

The Galaxy Watch will feature a longer battery life, faster performance, and the aforementioned vast variety of apps thanks to Google’s wearable OS.

Watchface Design Tool 

Samsung upgraded the watch face design tool for designers to set its watches apart from rival Wear OS watches. Having said that, the customization options for your smartwatch are virtually limitless! 

Isn’t it exciting? I’m sure you came here to confirm your interest in it. TL;DR: It’s more than just a smartwatch— it’s a work of art. 

Here’s where you can get your hands on a Galaxy Smartwatch: https://www.samsung.com/us/watches/galaxy-watch4/