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Samsung Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Key Features



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Google Android 13 Beta 2 went live last week, but Samsung is yet to release any preview builds based on the upcoming update. However, the Galaxy device owners will be able to test the new Android 13 changes and features through the One UI 5.0 Beta program shortly.

Many Galaxy smartphones and tablets are eligible to try out the One UI 5.0 custom software system. And as usual, Samsung’s high-end models will be the first to taste it. But what features and improvements Samsung will be bringing for us?

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I know every Samsung fan is excited to know all One UI 5.0 changes. But I guess, we will have to wait till July, when the first One UI 5.0 beta is expected to release. Meanwhile, SammyFans is here with the wishlist of features that we and other Samsung users desire to have on our phones with the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgrade.


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Samsung One UI 5.0 Features Wishlist

One UI 5.0 Effective RAM Plus

With the One UI 4.1 update, the Samsung RAM Plus feature added customization capabilities, bringing extra RAM up to 8GB. But users expect that that feature should become really effective with the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgrade that will boost the performance, significantly. Read more


Samsung One UI 5.0 RAM Plus

One UI 5.0 Themed icons for third-party apps

Samsung One UI 4.1 has a color palette that syncs with your phone’s wallpaper and when enabled, it not only applies to menus, buttons, and backgrounds but also to Google and Samsung app icons on your phone.

But that is not enough, users want these themes to be functional for third-party applications on their phones as well. Fortunately, this is going to be true. Android 13 Beta reveals that just like Samsung and Google Apps adopt the Material You theme on your One UI phone, third-party apps will also. Read more

One 5 Third-party themed icons

One UI 5.0 Easy QR Code Scanner

QR codes are everywhere now. Although Samsung already provides easy QR code scanning through the phone’s camera, it will become easier with future upgrades.

Samsung One UI 5.0 will let Galaxy users scan QR Codes directly from the lock screen, making it a more involuntary method of being able to scan QR codes than the existing ones. Read more


Samsung Camera QR Code scanner

One UI 5.0 Enhanced Photo Picker

Google Android 13 has an enhanced photo picker that is likely to come in One UI 5.0 as well.  With the new OS, the Photo Picker feature is being split to provide more controls over the files that can be accessed by different apps.

There are now different categories for Files and media, Photos and videos, and Music and audio. It will allow users to select specific files to share with different apps, as opposed to an ‘all-or-nothing’ method. Read more

One UI 5.0 Faster Game Loading

Android 13 introduces a faster game loading experience, which is also expected to come with Samsung’s One UI 5.0 upgrade. This feature enables games to pass the top-level state of the game and indicate whether it can be interrupted or not.

It even allows games to convey their current functional state to the operating system and the OS further reduces the load times through power management and CPU. Read more


One UI 5.0 New 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.

Meanwhile, users get really bored of the same thick and green-colored circular animation and are expecting some modification on this side also. Read more

One UI 5.0 Smart Home Controller

Samsung One UI 4.1 Lock Screen Settings doesn’t have any options to let you control your smart home products on the lock screen. Meanwhile Android 13 One UI 5.0 will come with a toggle to enable a feature named “Control from locked device”.

When enabled, it will give you access to some device controls on the lock screen. Read More


One UI 5.0 new Clipboard Popup

Samsung One UI 5.0 new clipboard popup will provide more context about what you copied and allow you to edit it with ease. For the image content, the pop-up shows a tiny image preview, and if it’s text, it displays the first few words. Read More

One UI 5.0 Per-app language settings

Android 13-based Samsung One UI 5.0 has Per-app language settings features that will allow you to select a different language preference for each of your apps in the Settings. This will let multilingual, who like to use different languages depending on the situation, change how they communicate from one instance to the next. Read more

One UI 5.0 Taskbar’s app drawer

Android 12L introduced a new layout for big-screen devices but was lacking a top row of intelligent, context-based app suggestions Meanwhile, Android 13 One UI 5.0 finally fixes it and adds the familiar context-based suggestions to the top row of the big screen launcher. Read more

One UI 5.0 Notification permission

One UI 5.0 will bring a major and useful feature to your Galaxy device which is Notification permission. In order to send you notifications, apps will need you to give them your permission and you can say ‘no’ if you don’t want a particular app to send notification. Read more


One UI 5.0 Auto delete clipboard history

One UI 5.0 adds a new clipboard auto-clear feature to delete the primary clip from the global clipboard after a set amount of time. This feature is similar to Gboard, which currently uses Android’s clipboard service to automatically clear any clipboard item after a set duration. Read more

One UI 5.0 Improved Bluetooth connectivity

Samsung to introduce Bluetooth Low Energy Audio which reduces energy consumption while keeping audio quality the same with the One UI 5.0 upgrade. It might also add features like location-based audio sharing, hearing aid support, as well as multi-device audio broadcasting for Android users. Read more

One UI 5.0 Improved Animation Speed

Samsung is working on a priority to further improve the animation speeds for Samsung Galaxy devices. The upcoming major upgrade will significantly improve the animation speeds on the Samsung Galaxy devices with Android 13. Read more

One UI 5.0 Redesigned Media control

Android 12 One UI 4 Dynamic theming applies your chosen color palette to all Samsung apps, Google apps, Quick settings, and others. Meanwhile, with Android 13 One UI 5, these changes will also be applied to media controls to go along with the awesome squiggly playback line.


Oen UI 5.0 redesigned media control

One UI 5.0 Edit Text Feature

Although there’s no report of the arrival of this feature, nor does the Android 13 give its glimpse, it’s expected that Samsung might add an edit text feature for its stock messaging application. This feature is introduced with iOS 16 recently. Read more

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Android 13

Samsung Galaxy S22 Android 13 update, One UI 5.0 release date, Beta and more



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The Galaxy S22 series devices debuted with the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 iteration, back in February 2022. All the Samsung Galaxy S22 lineup phones are first in line to receive the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update on both Beta and Stable channels.


The 2022 Galaxy S flagship models come with support for 4 generations of Android OS upgrades. Starting with the Android 13, the Korean tech giant has promised Galaxy S22 consumers to deliver major upgrades up to Android 16, alongside 5 years of regular security patches.

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Well, talking about the first OS switch, the Galaxy S22 phones will be getting the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta and Stable update sometime in July and later this year, respectively. Google introduced the Android 13 OS, as Developer Preview, in February 2022, it’s not available for any Samsung device.

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Galaxy S22 Android 13 Beta Status

We are expecting the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta activity for the Galaxy S22 line sometime in July or August this year. The program should be available in 7 countries like previously, letting consumers experience the new OS and features months ahead of its Public release.

  • On June 27, a report revealed that Samsung will open the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta in the third week of July 2022. Read more
  • On April 7, it was reported that Samsung will first showcase the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta ROM for the Galaxy S22 series devices. Read more

Galaxy S22 Android 13 Release Date

If Samsung starts the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program in July, we can expect the Public rollout within two or three months, by October. While the initial rollout is likely to begin from the Korean market, the OEM will gradually expand its reach to the US and Europe.

  • Release Date – October 2022 [Expected]

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June 28, 2022

According to a recent report (via SamMobile), Samsung is going to launch the One UI 5 Beta based on Android 13 in the third week of July this year. The Galaxy S22 series phones are likely initially candidates for the upcoming One UI Beta program. Read more


June 22, 2022

Samsung could soon start the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program for the Galaxy S22 series devices as test firmware has been spotted for the Galaxy S22 Plus variant running Korean ROM. For your information, the version of the test firmware is S906NKSU2ZVF6.



June 15, 2022

Last week, Samsung released a new update to the Good Lock’s One Hand Operation + module, adding support for the One UI 4.1.1 version. At the same time, the changelog revealed that the upcoming One UI 4.1.1 iteration will be based on the Android 12L operating system.

May 29, 2022

Android 13 beta 2.1 update is available for Google Pixel users who have already participated in one of the previous betas programs. This new patch update of Android 13 brings fixes for problems that appeared in the previous release.

  • Fixed an issue where typing in the search bar resulted in a blank list of suggestions.
  • Fixed an issue where devices would crash and restart when turning on the hotspot.
  • Fixed an issue where a continuous call dialing sound could be heard in the background during a phone call.
  • Fixed an issue where devices would crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto.


May 21

As confirmed by the Samsung community moderator, the Galaxy S22 May 2022 update that bears firmware version ending VE4 includes major fixes for two issues that were recently announced as an easy fix, as well as increases the security patch level. Read more



May 21

Several users are facing multiple types of issues while using the Camera on their Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, or Galaxy S22 Ultra in which the most common issue is Camera shutter lag. Read more: Samsung’s way to fix Galaxy S22 Camera shutter lag



May 20

We’ve recently checked the Beta Operations Manager’s activity webpage, which has had no changes since January this year. We will continue to provide the latest insights regarding the Android 13 and One UI 5.0 update development for your Samsung devices.


April 29


Samsung has started releasing the May 2022 security patch to the Galaxy S22 series smartphone users starting April 25. As of now, the update is available in various Asian countries, while today reached the T-Mobile variants in the United States. Read more


April 21

In February 2022, Google released the Android 13 Developer Preview for eligible Pixel devices, however, the stable version may likely debut in October this year. However, the US tech giant will share more details about the new OS at its annual conference AKA Google I/O 2022.

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Android 13

Samsung Android 13 One UI 5.0 Beta/Stable release date revealed



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I’m eagerly waiting for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgrade for my Samsung smartphone, like other fans. Earlier reports revealed that the company will start Beta program in early July for the Galaxy S22 series, while a recent report gives us a more clear understanding about its Beta and Stable release date.

As per the SamMobile report, Samsung is reportedly launching the One UI 5 Beta program based on Android 13 in the third week of July. The Beta build will first be available for the Galaxy S22 series, well, it will expand to Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 consumers, later on.

As soon as Samsung starts the Android 13 Beta program, the Galaxy S22 series smartphone users will be able to join the activity in select regions. After testing the new One UI 5.0 update in Beta channel, Samsung aims to begin the Stable rollout by October this year.

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Last year, the South Korean tech giant started the Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta program in August, while the Stable firmware released in min-November. This year, the overall process seems going faster as compared to the last year’s rollout.

There’s a lot of Samsung smartphones and tablets eligible for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgrade. After bringing it to the latest flagship, the company will gradually make it available for the remaining Galaxy devices such as the Galaxy S21, Note 20, S20, S10 Lite, Note 10 Lite and more.

As per the recent report, Samsung is working to boost up the animation speeds with the One UI 5.0 upgrade. With this upgrade, consumers will experience even smoother and faster animation speeds in various parts of the user interface …continue reading

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These Samsung phones won’t get Android 13 upgrade [List]




Google is going to introduce the Android 13 operating system later this year, while Samsung is likely to start the One UI 5 Beta activity for Galaxy phones by July. Various Galaxy phones and tablets are eligible to receive the Android 13, however, we’ve compiled a list of Samsung devices that won’t get this major upgrade.


Samsung offers up to four generations of major Android upgrades to flagship Galaxy phones and tablets launched in/after 2021. Meanwhile, older flagship Galaxies such as the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series were compatible with two OS upgrades at the time of launch.

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In August 2020, the Korean phone maker announced that all the flagship Galaxy devices debuted with Android 9-based One UI 1.x software will be having three major OS upgrades. This announcement made an additional Android update possible for the famous Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 lineups.

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Starting with the Android 10-based One UI 2.x, Samsung delivered the Android 11-based One UI 3.x and the Android 12-based One UI 4.x upgrades to the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 5G smartphones.


These Samsung phones won’t get Android 13

  • Galaxy Note 10
  • Galaxy Note 10+
  • Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
  • Galaxy S10
  • Galaxy S10e
  • Galaxy S10+
  • Galaxy S10 5G
  • Galaxy Fold


While the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 lineups are not eligible to get any more major firmware, owners have to use their devices on the Android 12 OS. Meanwhile, Samsung will provide two more years of regular security updates to all of these devices following its February 2019’s promise.

Aside from this, it’s expected that the Korean phone maker will deliver the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 upgrade to the ineligible Galaxy devices.

Update: Google released the Android 13 Beta 3.2 update for eligible Pixel smartphones with fixes for major issues and exploits. It comes with supplementary stability improvements to the new operating system, bringing it one step closer to its Public release.

These Samsung phones will get Android 13

Samsung Android 13 update will bring One UI 5.0 to these Galaxy devices

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