Samsung initially released the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series in South Korea, Germany, and the United States a couple of months ago. A few weeks later, China, India, and the United Kingdom released the second beta version of the software. The release of the third beta version was originally scheduled for Monday, but it has been postponed.
The release of the next beta version of One UI 5.0 has been delayed until Friday, according to a post by a forum moderator in the Samsung Members community in China (September 23, 2022). The next beta version is anticipated to include significant improvements to the quality of animations and transitions, in addition to the typical bug fixes and performance enhancements. Nevertheless, the company reportedly struggles to resolve these issues.
Samsung is anticipated to release four or five One UI 5.0 beta updates before releasing the final version of the software to the public. Before the end of the year, the company may release the stable One UI 5.0 beta update based on Android 13 for the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series. Additionally, the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Z Fold 4 could receive the update around the same time.
One list of UI 5.0 Features
One UI 5.0 introduces per-app language, an improved Color Palette feature, enhanced stock apps, minor design modifications to quick setting toggles and notifications, enhanced privacy and security, a cleaner design, stacked widgets, and a new Connected Devices section within the Settings app. The features of Gallery, My Files, Photo Editor, Samsung DeX, Samsung Keyboard, and Video Editor have been updated with new and enhanced capabilities.
Samsung has added the capability to extract text from the Camera, Gallery, Samsung Internet, and Samsung Keyboard applications. Bixby and Bixby Routines have more options, and the Pro mode of the Camera app now includes a histogram. RAM Plus is modifiable, and the Edge Panel displays app names. There is also a comprehensive Wi-Fi Diagnostics tool.
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