THE Samsung is releasing the update for One UI 5 on smartphones of the lines Galaxy S20, S21 and Note 20. According to European consumers, the new interface (based on Android 13) began to be released on Monday (7).
Last month, the South Korean manufacturer released the One UI 5 interface update schedule. This month, in addition to high-end smartphones, Samsung will also update the operating system (OS) of some Galaxy Tab and mid-range models.
Update to One UI 5 on many premium phones
A few weeks ago, Italian consumers of the Galaxy S21 reported the arrival of the One UI 5 interface. Now it’s the turn of users in Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Netherlands, United Kingdom and Romania to receive the update – so far social networks.
On Twitter, there are several publications that the S20 and Note 20 models are also receiving the update. The website Sam MobileSamsung expert, also claims that stable One UI 5 has been made available for the Galaxy S20.
The release follows the schedule released by Samsung last month. By default, updates are not released all at once to all consumers. As the day goes on, other European countries will receive the One UI interface based on Android 13.
Also in November, the Galaxy A53 5G; Galaxy A33 5G; the entire Galaxy Tab S8 series; Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ and Galaxy Quantum 3 will receive One UI 5.
Galaxy Z Fold 4 gets new beta version
While the stable version of One UI 5 does not arrive for the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the model receives another beta update this Monday. As per Samsung’s schedule, the final One UI 5 will be released for the Z Fold 4, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 4 and Z Flip 3 later this November.
Unlike One UI 4.1.1, the One UI 5 will not be based on an OS for large, foldable screens. Google earlier this year released Android 12L, designed especially for these devices. Samsung used this version to launch a new interface for its Z Fold and Z Flip.
Android 13 was developed by integrating features for foldable devices and tablets. In this way, the new operating system makes life easier for manufacturers that have products with these formats in their portfolio — for example: Samsung, Xiaomi and Motorola.
With information: Sam Mobile and XDA Developers