Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G security patch for August is having issues

Joanna Estrada
August 8, 2020

Samsung barely unveiled its hot new Android and iOS-compatible smartwatch a couple of days ago, putting it up for sale nearly immediately, and a very important software update is already rolling out to the Galaxy Watch 3 in select regions around the world. Some users tried to update after clearing the caches and formatting the devices, but nothing worked out.

Samsung just unveiled the Galaxy Watch3 a couple days ago after plenty of leaks and speculation, but we're not done with the Watch3 news just yet.

These updates sound impressive but all of this tech does come at a price.

One of the big let downs is that these features are only available in South Korea.

The ECG feature uses advanced sensor technology on the Galaxy Watch Active2, and will enable users to measure and analyze their heart rhythm for irregularities indicating Atrial Fibrillation (AFib).

Seeing how the federal governments throughout the world are hectic fighting the COVID-19 pandemic today, it might be a while prior to ECG and blood pressure monitoring is activated on the Galaxy Watch 3. This feature will allow you to see how much your exercises are consuming oxygen in your body.

You can view the running analysis from the watch's own interface. However, although it is not a very important feature, a scoring system has been added to better understand your sleep quality. That already sounds pretty pricey but it's made even worse when you compare the Galaxy Watch 2 with these prices. The device, which has 41mm and 42mm options in body size, contains 8GB of internal storage.

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