It’s been quite some time since we last spoke of a firmware update for the Galaxy Fit 2 but Samsung has now reminded us that the wearable still exists and it keeps getting better. News has now arrived from South Korea (via @Kuma_Seepy) about Samsung rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Fit 2.
Along with the usual system and security improvements mentioned in the somewhat generic changelog, the latest update also brings a handful of new watch faces to the Galaxy Fit 2. Or rather, as seen below, there are two new watch faces and a few variations for each.
The update is available through the Galaxy Wearable app on the connected smartphone, though for the time being it remains unclear if the latest firmware is available elsewhere besides South Korea. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we find out more. Until then, you can refer to your Galaxy Wearable app in case you’ve been notified about the latest release and tap the Band software update option. The package weighs a little under 3MB.
The Galaxy Fit 2 was released in September with fewer watch faces pre-loaded, and so far it has received a handful of firmware updates that have improved the experience in other ways. Shortly after its debut, the wearable was updated with improved features and a few bug fixes, one of which was affecting the behavior of the clock screen.