These Samsung smartphones now receive the stable version One UI 5.0 (Android 13)

Samsung is pushing the Android 13 / One UI 5.0 stable version system updates to more models. The company has initially released this update for some models. The One UI 5.0 stable update is currently landing on the following models

  • Samsung Galaxy A22 in Europe
  • Samsung Galaxy A23 LTE/5G in Germany and Russia
  • Samsung Galaxy M22 in Europe
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (LTE) Snapdragon Edition in Serbia
  • Samsung Galaxy A42 5G in South Korea
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G in Europe
  • Samsung Galaxy A32 LTE in Europe
  • Samsung Galaxy A51 LTE in Europe
  • Samsung Galaxy A13 5G in Europe

Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) brings the best updates

Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update brings innovative UI design. Expands its features including stacked widgets, larger app icons in the notification area, tweaked quick settings toggles, and a redesign of the notification area. The new software also brings per-app language settings for supported apps. it also improves built-in apps and more accessibility settings. Samsung also adds OCR (Optical Character Recognition) functionality throughout the system. So camera and gallery apps can extract text from images. Even the Samsung keyboard can open the camera view to capture text from the live camera feed.

Samsung has renamed Bixby Routines to Modes & Routines. It’s a simpler version of Bixby Routines, with a few preset routines for most people. Both Bixby and Modes & Routines get new features and options. There are now more options for how each app displays notifications.

The system now also has more emojis, animated emojis and AR emojis. There is also a simplified privacy and security section. The system also brings updates to the search function within built-in apps and One UI. The camera app has a slightly simplified design. The Samsung DeX user interface has also been improved. Samsung Gallery, Samsung Internet, Samsung My Files and other integrated apps are getting lots of new features. Memory expansion can now be customized or disabled.



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