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Samsung should bring new charging animation with One UI 5.0

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Samsung One UI 5.0 will bring many new and advanced features to its Galaxy device customers. Users are expecting various major changes to the new-gen custom software update but we cannot ignore a very small but worth noticing change – Charging animation.

Ditching the old One UI 3.x charging animation, Samsung brought a completely new charging animation with Android 12-based One UI 4.0. But the few months old One UI 4.1 doesn’t have any changes in the charging animation, it continues to use the One UI 4.0’s.

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Meanwhile, users get really bored of the same thick and green-colored circular animation and are expecting some modification on this side also. Many Galaxy users reached the Samsung community saying they want new charging animation with One UI 5.0.

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However, this is a very small change that many people do not even notice. But as Samsung is an expert in meeting its user demands, we would love to see the One UI 5.0 come with a redesigned charging animation.

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On the other hand, some users also complain that the Samsung charging animation shows for a very short time, barely a couple of seconds. They want it to show for at least 3-4 seconds so that it can be confirmed if the phone is positioned properly or the charger is shaken.

What change, new features, or customization options do you want to see in Samsung One UI 5.0? Feel free to share your thoughts through the comment section.

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Android 13 One UI 5 Beta available for Samsung employees, internally: Report

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Android 13 Easter Egg

If the recent report is true, we are not too away from the One UI 5 Beta program based on Samsung Android 13. The Galaxy S22 series might get the One UI 5 Beta in the next 2-3 weeks, while a recent report suggests that Samsung employees have access to the Beta firmware, internally.

Per the SamMobile report, the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta version is available for Samsung employees internally. Possibly, the initial build is made for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones, which will be available to Public shortly.

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Android 13 Easter Egg

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The report also suggests that the company is taking feedback from its employees for the upcoming software in order to provide a Stable upgrade to Galaxy consumers. Talking about the official rollout of Samsung Android 13, you should expect it in the month of October this year.

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Aside from the One UI 5 Beta availability for Samsung staff members, the report mentioned nothing about an exact release date of the firmware. Meanwhile, Samsung has reportedly planned to bring the One UI 5 Beta activity in the 3rd or 4th week of July 2022.

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Samsung One UI 5 will be based on the Android 13 operating system. It will take all the goodness of Google’s new OS, including a more powerful Dynamic Theming functionality that extends the color palette counts as well as compatibility with third-party apps too.

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Samsung Android 13: Galaxy S22, S21, S20 and S10 Lite One UI 5 Update Info

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Samsung Galaxy S Android 13

Discussions on Android 12 and its skins such as Samsung One UI 4.1 are now over as Android 13 is the new talk of the town. We shared the list of Galaxy devices that will get the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update months ago, while rumors have started to surface on the web.

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According to Samsung, various S series devices including the Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra, S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and S10 Lite are compatible with the One UI 5.0 version upgrade, based on Android OS 13. Starting October this year, the company will begin the rollout of its new One UI version to the Public.

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Through this page, we provide you with detailed information on every eligible Samsung Galaxy S series smartphone for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update. Therefore, if you have one of the S22, S22+, S22 Ultra, S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, or S10 Lite, should bookmark this page to stay connected.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Android 13

Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 series devices pre-loaded with Android 12-based One UI 4.1. The Android 13 will be the first major firmware upgrade for these devices, however, the S22 trio is eligible for 4 major OS and One UI upgrades.

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Samsung could start the One UI 5 Beta program for the Galaxy S22 series in the third week of this month.

 

Samsung Galaxy S21 Android 13

The Galaxy S21 series came pre-installed with the Android 11-based One UI 3.1 (S21 FE – Android 12) and received the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 earlier this year. Similar to the Galaxy S22 series, the last year’s flagship lineup is also compatible with 4 generations of OS upgrades.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Android 13

In 2020, the South Korean tech giant unveiled the Galaxy S20 series with monster camera capabilities for the first time in the industry. But sadly, the One UI 5 based on Android 13 is going to be the last major switch for the Galaxy S20 series including the Galaxy S20 FE.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Android 13

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup is no longer eligible for any major firmware update, however, the affordable variant is lucky, just like the S21 FE. The company is committed to providing the Android 13 upgrade with One UI 5 features to the Galaxy S10 Lite this year.

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One UI 5.0

[Leak] Samsung One UI 5.0 has no user interface changes over 4.1

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samsung one ui 5 4 user interface leak

Undoubtedly, you may have been bored with the One UI 4.1’s user interface and icons and waiting for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 to get new UI tweaks on your Samsung phone. Well, there’s bad news for those who are speculating user interface and design changes with the One UI 5.0 version, as per IceUniverse.

According to the tipster, the One UI 5.0 variant has “no changes in UI (user interface) design, icons, etc”, however, Samsung has slightly improved the animation, as reported earlier. The source even claimed that there’s no difference between the One UI 5 and One UI 4, at least, when it comes to the user interface.

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If it’s going to be true, the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgrade will be a big disappointment for almost all Samsung consumers. Well, what’s the authenticity of this claim? Let me explain you. No doubt, IceUniverse is known as a trustworthy tipster, which has a solid tip record in the industry.

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Ice might be talking about the initial build of the One UI 5 that might be under testing by Samsung insiders and the developers’ team. Last year, the company did major design changes with 3rd public Beta, therefore, there’s hope that it will happen with the One UI 5 as well.

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One UI 5 Beta

It is reported that the South Korean tech giant will begin the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program in the third week of July 2022. The Galaxy S22 series devices will surely be the initial participants, while the company might expand it to more than 7 traditional markets thanks to the universal CSC for Europe.

Android 13

This year, the Android 13 OS is likely to be launched in the next two months, while Beta builds revealed that there are no major changes in the user interface and Google is focussing on improvements or earlier ones. Meanwhile, Samsung is likely to bring a re-imagined UI design with One UI 5 for the Galaxy devices.

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Android 12

With the Android 12 operating system, Google made radical changes in the design, user interface and icons. At the same time, Samsung did limited yet remarkable modifications while crafting its Android 12-based One UI 4.0 software for Galaxy devices.

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