According to reports, Samsung is gearing up to release the first One UI 5 Beta build for the Galaxy S22 devices. A report from SamMobile has revealed that Samsung is currently tested in-house.
The platform has also revealed that Samsung has rolled out the new software for its employee; it has cited various sources for the information. The report from SamMobile further adds that the company might release the One UI 5 beta in July. In addition to that, the company might release a stable version of Android 13 for its flagships in October.
According to the timeline shared by Google, Android 13’s stable version might release sometime this month, provided there are no major setbacks. If everything goes well, Android 13 should arrive on devices in August.
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Pixel series should receive the update first
Without a doubt, the Google Pixel series will be the first to receive the stable version of the new software. However, Samsung is also working hard to release a stable version for its devices. Last year too, Samsung was the first OEM to release an Android 12 update. It just took the company 41 days after Google released a stable version.
Unfortunately, we don’t know much about the One UI features and improvements. That said, we know much about Android 13 because of multiple beta releases.
Furthermore, the software will include some design tweaks as well as some functional improvements. For instance, it will have a better QR code scanner. On top of that, it will also include baked-in Bluetooth LE Audio support, and smart media sharing, among other things. Lastly, we might see some privacy and security updates as well.
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