Samsung just put out an update for the Galaxy Watch 5 duo that adds a new feature called “connected device diagnostics.” This feature lets users check how well the Galaxy Watch’s battery, touch screen, and other parts work on a connected smartphone. The company has released a new update for the Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 4 series. With the latest update, wearables can now control more smart home devices. Here’s what’s going on.
The Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro, as well as the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic, are getting a firmware update with the build number v1.1.08. With the new update, users of the Galaxy Watches mentioned above will be able to control their thermostats by setting the temperature at which they want to heat or cool their homes. They will also be able to open and close smart blinds powered by motors and change the level by hand. Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
Also, people will be able to change the speed of the fans in their home air purifiers from their wrists. The SmartTag can also controlled by the watch, which makes it easier to find things that have lost.
Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 4
Another cool feature is that your home and doorbell cameras can livestream video to your smartwatch. It works with Ring and Nest cameras that support WebRTC, so it should be easy to set up. So, you can now check who’s at your door from your smartwatch instead of pulling out your phone. With the update, Galaxy Watches can also control Samsung smart TVs that support Bluetooth.
It’s important to note that Samsung recently joined forces with other companies that use the Matter protocol. This means that more devices can now connected to the SmartThings network. The company also announced the new SmartThings Station, which a hub with many uses for people who just started with smart homes.