Looking at the present scenario, throughout 2022, Samsung will continue its existing update to ONE UI 4.1. After that, the company will shift its focus to update towards One UI 5.0, which will come after its new foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 phones.
Samsung hasn’t released any preview for its upcoming Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software version. However, the Galaxy device owners will be able to test the new software through the beta program shortly.
We have recently posted an article about the Galaxy device which will get a One UI 5.0 update. You can check that article here. Meanwhile, you might be interested to know about One UI 5.0 updates features and improvements? If yes, read the article in depth below:
Features of One UI 5.0 version:
As we all know, Samsung is still working on updating its existing update to the ONE UI 4.1 version, it’s hard to guess and will be too early to know about the upcoming new One UI features, which will be based on Andriod 13.
The latter OS version is in preview mode for select — non-Samsung — devices, and it could offer a sneak peek at some of the features One UI 5.0 will boast.
It is expected that Android 13 will bring more UI changes and relocates some UI elements such as the settings and power shortcuts within the Quick Settings menu. Google may also expand upon the Material of personalization options.
Well, there’s still unsure about what exactly Samsung will borrow from Android 13, but google’s firmware is already showing signals of borrowing the previous version feature of One UI. For example, Preview Andriod 13 builds have introduced a new setting for flashlight brightness.
When will One UI 5.0 be released?
As Sammobile has confirmed that the One UI 5.0 beta program will get launched in the third week of July, Whereas, the official public release will be going to take place in October.
Well, its release will depend upon Andriod 13. At the moment Samsung is getting ready to bring Android 13 to the public, that’s exactly when we will be able to see the new version of One UI.
The new Galaxy S22 series will be more likely to be the first to adopt the early version of One UI 5.0.