Line cell phone owners Galaxy S22 no longer need to wait. This Monday (24th), the Samsung started releasing the stable version of One UI 5 for the Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra. With the update, users have access to Android 13 and the novelties of the interface for smartphones and tablets of the South Korean brand.
The update notification appeared to users in Asia and Europe. With the release, owners of smartphones with Exynos 2200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors will have access to the latest version of Google’s operating system. Packages are identified by the following builds:
- Variants with Exynos: S90xBXXU2BVJA;
- Variants with Snapdragon: S90xEXXU2BVJA.
The update also brings the October 1, 2022 security patch and weighs around 2.8GB, according to the XDA-Developers.
What’s new in One UI 5?
In addition to Android 13the One UI 5 guarantees some news to Samsung cell phones. This is the case with the stack of widgets, in addition to the visual improvements in the notification center of the South Korean brand’s interface. To do the samsung updateusers still have the new Material You color schemes, which come with the system update.
The list of improvements also adds the possibility to perform OCR “anywhere” on the cell phone. As with the iPhone, users will be able to open photos and copy snippets of texts, signs and the like, to paste in a document or messages, for example. Users still have privacy improvements, new multitasking gestures and more accessibility options.
There is also no forecast of release of the package for other models. However, the distribution of One UI 5 with Android 13 is expected to be very fast, considering that the Galaxy A53 could be updated later this year.