Samsung’s One UI 5.0 software is based on Android 13 operating system. The update brings the latest OS to Galaxy devices along with a number of new features. For a better understanding of One UI 5.0, you can check the complete changelog as it contains every major/minor change.
The One UI 5.0 update comes with new animations and transition effects that make switching between screens feel more natural. Moreover, animations and other visual feedback emerge instantly in order to make interactions more intuitive.
When it comes to customization, the One UI 5.0 update allows you to customize your Galaxy phone’s lock screen, adds new wallpaper choices and color palette options, as well as an enhanced experience to see who is calling at a glance with different call backgrounds.
In addition, Samsung’s Android 13 software update allows you to combine several widgets of the same size into a single widget to save space on your Home screen. To do so, you just need to drag a widget onto another widget, then swipe to switch between widgets.
Talking about the Camera department, One UI 5.0 makes it possible to create stickers from any picture, more new ways to edit GIFs, keep portrait mode effects even after editing, draw perfect shapes on pictures and videos, and ew stickers for photos and videos.
One UI 5.0 Complete Changelog
New app icons and illustrations
Icon symbols are larger for a bolder look that’s easier to scan. Subtle background gradients and improved contrast give a fresher, more natural feel. New help illustrations have been created to give a consistent look to all apps.
Smoother than ever before
New animations and transition effects make switching between screens feel more natural. Animations and other visual feedback appear instantly when you touch the screen, making interactions more intuitive. Scrolling speed has also been enhanced to make scrolling feel smoother throughout One UI.
Enhanced blur effects and colors
Background blur effects on the quick panel, Home screen, and throughout One UI have been improved with brighter colors for a clearer and more consistent experience. Simplified app color schemes help you avoid distractions and focus on your current task.
Customize your Lock screen
Just touch and hold the Lock screen to edit. What could be simpler? Customize your wallpaper, clock style, notification settings, and more, with live preview, all in one place.
More wallpaper choices
Wallpaper settings have been redesigned making it easier to find the perfect wallpaper for your Home and Lock screens. There are more images, videos, colors, and filters to choose from than ever before.
More options for your color palette
It’s easier to find the colors that are right for you. Choose from up to 16 color themes based on your wallpaper as well as preset color themes that are designed to look great.
Easily see who’s calling
Set a different call background for each contact so you easily see who’s calling with just a quick glance.
Modes and routines
Choose modes based on your activity
Choose a mode based on what you’re doing, such as exercising, working, or relaxing, then choose what you want your phone to do in each situation. For example, turn on Do not disturb when you’re relaxing or play music when you’re driving.
Bedtime mode is now Sleep mode
Sleep mode lets you automate more actions when it’s time for bed, like turning on Dark mode and changing the sound mode.
Easier to discover preset routines
A simplified layout makes it easier to find routines that are useful for you.
Check running routines quickly
Routines that are currently running are now shown at the top of the Routines screen so you can understand what’s happening and make changes if necessary.
More actions and conditions for your routines
Automatically start routines when you use Airplane mode or Mobile Hotspot. Routines can now open app pairs and adjust the left/right sound balance.
Home screen widgets
Stack widgets on your Home screen
Combine several widgets of the same size into a single widget to save space on your Home screen. Just drag a widget onto another widget to create a stack, then swipe to switch between widgets. You can add more widgets to your stack at any time by dragging and dropping.
Get suggestions on your Home screen
The new Smart suggestions widget knows what you need before you do. It suggests apps to use, people to call, and other useful tips. Suggestions are based on your usage patterns.
Switch your view with a gesture
Switch from full screen to split screen view by swiping upward with two fingers from the bottom of the screen. Switch from full screen to pop-up view by swiping inward with one finger from either corner at the top of the screen. Gestures can be turned on or off in Settings Labs.
Quickly open apps in split screen
Just drag an app from the Recents screen to the side of the screen where you want to open it.
Do more with your connected devices
The Connected devices menu has been added to Settings, making it quicker and easier to access features that work with other devices, like Quick Share, Smart View, and Samsung DeX.
Hide notifications on your TV
When viewing content from your phone on your TV with Smart View, you can choose to hide notifications on your TV to prevent others from seeing your personal information.
Play sound from your phone on any Chromecast device
Available Chromecast devices will appear when you tap Media output in the quick panel on your phone. Just tap the device where you want to play music or other audio content.
Camera and Gallery
Zoom more easily with one hand
The zoom bar has been condensed so you can zoom in or out farther with a single swipe.
Get help with Pro mode
A help icon will appear in Pro and Pro video modes. Tap the icon to get tips and guidance for using the various lenses, options, and controls.
Histogram in Pro mode
Use the histogram to check the brightness of each tone to help you get the perfect exposure.
Add watermarks to your pictures
Automatically add a watermark to each picture containing the date and time a picture was taken, your phone’s model name, or other custom information.
Telephoto lens is now supported in Food mode
Take better close-up shots of food using the telephoto lens.
Revamped Single take
Single take mode has been simplified and streamlined. Fewer options and shorter recording times make it faster and easier to get great shots.
Choose filters more easily
The filter selection menu has been streamlined in Camera, Photo Editor, and Video Editor. All filters are available in one list, making it easier to find the perfect filter for your picture or video.
Customize albums in Gallery
Choose which albums appear by default and hide less frequently used albums to keep the clutter down. You can also merge albums that have the same name and create albums that automatically update to include pictures of people you select.
All-new look for Stories
Stories that are automatically created in your Gallery have been revamped with an interactive slideshow view. Just tap or swipe to move between pictures and videos in your story.
Photo and Video Editor
Create stickers from any picture
Create reusable stickers from any picture in your gallery. Just select the part of the picture you want to use as a sticker, then adjust the thickness and color of the outlines.
More ways to edit GIFs
You can trim and adjust the ratio of animated GIFs to make them the right size. You can also use the same editing features that are available for still images to decorate your GIF however you like.
Keep portrait mode effects even after editing
Portrait mode effects are now retained even after cropping or changing filters so you can adjust the background blur at any time.
Draw perfect shapes on pictures and videos
Use the pen tool to draw a shape such as a circle, triangle, rectangle, or heart. Hold your finger on the screen when you finish drawing to make it instantly transform to straight lines and perfect angles.
New stickers for photos and videos
60 new preloaded emoji stickers are available for decorating your pictures and videos.
AR Emoji and stickers
New AR Emoji stickers
When you create a new AR Emoji, 15 stickers are created by default giving you more ways to express yourself. If that’s not enough, there are also more AR Emoji stickers available for download so you can always find a sticker to match your emotions.
Do more with AR Emojis
Use transparent backgrounds for AR Emoji stickers, or choose any picture from your Gallery to use as a background for your emoji in AR Emoji Camera. You can also pair up two emojis together and create fun dances and poses.
New emojis available for emoji pairs
In Samsung Keyboard, more than 80 additional emojis are available for creating an emoji pair. You can now combine emojis based on animals, food, and other objects in addition to facial expressions. Choose the perfect combination to get your feelings across.
Rearrange expression buttons in Samsung Keyboard
Touch and hold the emoji, sticker, and other buttons to rearrange them.
Enter kaomoji directly from Samsung Keyboard
Spice up your chats and texts with preset facial expressions created using keyboard symbols. (*^.^*)
Customize the spacebar row in Samsung Keyboard
You can choose which function keys and punctuation marks to show in the bottom row of the keyboard next to the spacebar.
Extract and scan text
Extract text from any image or screen
Extract text using Samsung Keyboard, Internet, Gallery, or whenever you take a screenshot. Paste the result into a message, email, or document instead of typing.
Get suggestions based on text in images
When text appears in an image in Gallery, Camera, or other apps, actions will be recommended based on the text. For example, if you take a picture of a sign with a phone number or web address on it, you can tap to call the number or visit the site.
Text extraction and suggestion features are only supported for English, Korean, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese.
Enhanced taskbar in Samsung DeX
A search button has been added to make it easier to find apps you want to use, and you can right-click certain apps to quickly access tasks within the app. You can also customize which buttons you want to appear on your taskbar.
New notification indicator in DeX
A red dot will appear on the notification button in your taskbar if any new notifications have been received since the last time you opened the notification panel.
Mini calendar in DeX
Clicking the date in your taskbar now opens a mini calendar, allowing you to quickly check your schedule without opening the full Calendar app.
Get only the notifications you allow
When you use an app for the first time, you’ll be asked whether you want to receive notifications from it. Feel free to say no to apps that you don’t want to disturb you.
Easier access to app notification controls
Is an app sending you too many notifications? It’s easier than ever to block it with reorganized notification settings placing app notification controls at the top. You can also go directly to app notification settings using the button at the bottom of the notification panel.
Choose which types of notifications apps can send
You now have separate control over whether apps can show pop-up notifications, app icon badges, and notifications on the Lock screen. Allow all types, some, or none. It’s up to you.
New layout for notifications
App icons are larger, making it easier to see which app sent the notification. Text alignment has also been improved to make notifications easier to read.
Set a language for each app
Want to use some apps in one language and other apps in another? You can now choose which language will be used for each app in Settings.
Set exceptions for Do not disturb
You can now set individual contacts as exceptions to Do not disturb. Your phone will ring or vibrate when the people you choose call and send messages to you, even when Do not disturb is on. It’s also easier to set apps as exceptions so you get notification alerts from them even when Do not disturb is on. Just choose the apps you want to allow from the new grid.
Improved sound and vibration settings
Menus have been reorganized to make it easier to find the sound and vibration options you need. Set your ringtone and change the volume and vibration settings, all in the same place.
More options for RAM Plus
RAM Plus can now be turned off completely in Device care if you don’t need it or don’t want it to use any storage space.
Device care keeps your phone running smoothly by automatically performing optimizations in the background. To keep your phone in the best condition, you can set your phone to automatically restart when needed.
Security and privacy
Check your phone’s security status at a glance
The new Security dashboard in Settings shows whether your phone has any security issues and helps you fix them quickly.
Prevent accidental sharing of personal information
The share panel will let you know when you attempt to share photos that contain sensitive information, such as credit cards, ID cards, or passports, so you can reconsider whether you really want to share them.
Security and privacy information for websites
An icon will appear in the address bar in Samsung Internet to show a site’s security status. Tap the icon to learn which information the website collects and tracks.
More accessibility options in the quick panel
High contrast font, Color inversion, Color adjustment, and Color filter can be added to the quick panel for easier access.
Magnifier is easier to access
Turn on the Magnifier shortcut in Accessibility settings to get quick access to the Magnifier feature. Magnifier uses your phone’s camera to enlarge items in the real world so you can take a closer look or make them easier to read.
More spoken assistance
Choose from various types of voice feedback to get help using your phone even if you can’t see the screen clearly. You can make your phone read out keyboard input so you can be sure you typed the correct letter, use Bixby Vision to recognize nearby objects and tell you what they are, and turn on audio descriptions that explain what’s happening in a video (only for supported videos).
Easily edit your Accessibility button
Tap and hold the Accessibility button to quickly change the features you can access using the button.
New actions available for Corner actions
If you’re using a mouse or trackpad, new actions are available when you move the mouse pointer to one of the 4 corners of the screen. You can now click and hold, drag, or drag and drop.
Use several timers at once
You can now start a new timer in the Clock app even if another timer is still running.
More control over calendar event invitees
When you add an event to your Google calendar in the Samsung Calendar app, you can choose whether invitees are allowed to see who else is invited to the event and also choose whether they can invite other people.
Add video conferences to your events
When you create a Google calendar event in the Samsung Calendar app, you can set up a video conference at the same time. Everyone invited to your event will receive the link to the video conference.
Add stickers to your Google calendar
Add stickers to Google calendar events in the Samsung Calendar app to make them easy to see at a glance. Stickers are shown in both calendar and agenda views.
Stay on top of reminders due today
The new Today category shows only reminders due today. You can also check reminders due today at the top of the main screen in the Reminder app.
Show and hide completed reminders
You can show or hide the completed reminders in any category. Show to see what you’ve already done, or hide to stay focused on things you still need to finish.
Choose the right view for your reminders
Choose the simple view to show more reminders on the screen at once or an expanded view that includes details such as the due date and repeating conditions.
Drag and drop bookmarks between folders
Keep your Samsung Internet bookmarks organized by dragging and dropping them between folders.
More powerful search in My Files
Choose whether to search all files or only files in the current folder. You can also choose between searching only file names or searching information inside of files, such as text in documents or location information in images. When your search is complete, you can sort the results by name, date, size, or file type.
Redesigned Digital Wellbeing
The new dashboard provides clearer usage details and makes it easier to access the features you need, such as app timers and screen time reports.
Get help in an emergency
Quickly press the Side key 5 times to call emergency services even if your phone is in your pocket or you aren’t able to talk.
Integrated emergency contact list
Create an emergency contact list that includes the people you want to contact in case of an emergency. The same contact list can be used for emergency features on both your watch and your phone.
Show app names in the Apps edge panel
Turn on Show app names to make app names appear below the app icons.
Some apps will need to be updated separately after the One UI 5 upgrade.
Samsung One UI 5.0 Features
On October 12, Samsung officially introduced the One UI 5.0 software iteration and showcased new features and changes. This new Android 13 OS skin brings substantial user interface tweaks and useful functionalities to provide you with a better user experience.
In late October, Samsung’s Galaxy S22 series began grabbing Stable One UI 5.0 update with Android 13 OS. The Korean tech giant promised that all eligible flagship phones and tablets will be updated before the year ends, while Galaxy devices receive updates ahead of rollout plan.
We’ve gathered which new features will come with One UI 5.0:
With the One UI 4.1, Samsung enabled the capability of creating emoji pairs using the One UI exclusive Keyboard application. The new One UI 5.0 has the ability so you can delete unwanted emoji pairs with the new delete function.
- Besides “Create” button, One UI 5.0 added a new Delete icon inside the menu that can be accessed by tapping the “+” button.
Adding extra fun to customization, the One UI 5.0 now allows users to modify the lock screen by using “touch and hold to edit” feature. It lets you easily edit and customize your lock screen by simply touching and holding onto the screen.
- Touch and hold on the lock screen to enter lock screen edit mode.
- A “Touch and hold edit” option has also been added to the lock screen settings menu.
Samsung’s Android 13 skin lets you easily change your lock screen wallpaper directly on the lock screen. The newly crafted Wallpapers library has various options including Wallpaper services such as Dynamic lock screen.
How to use Dynamic Lock Screen
Dynamic lock screen is an amazing function that is available on Galaxy smartphones inside the Wallpaper services section. You can access this mode by following the steps written below.
- Select Wallpaper in the “Touch and hold edit” mode on your lock screen > Scroll down to “Wallpaper services” > Select the arrow on the right > Select Dynamic Lock screen > select Apply.
How to customize lock screen clock style
The “Touch and hold edit” mode is not just limited to the above-mentioned two functions. It also allows you to change and customize your lock screen clock style and colors with easy visual modification tools.
More “how-to” for lock screen
Galaxy users can now edit and customize the notification settings by selecting the preview notifications. There are two options for lock screen Notifications including Icons only and Details, which show a preview as well so you can apply the best settings.
Samsung’s software has another lockscreen feature that makes it possible to open two apps (not any!) without unlocking the smartphone. You can swipe left or right to open apps directly from the lock screen interface.
The One UI 5.0 now allows users to change the apps for both “Left shortcut” and “Left shortcut.” You can assign two of the five available options that can be accessed without unlocking the phone including:
- Do not disturb
- Voice recorder
Inside the system Settings, the Notifications section is now reorganized so you can find related menus on a single-screen interface.
Go to Notifications in the settings menu > select App notifications to view the apps list and easily toggle each app’s notification on and off.
You can easily add contact exceptions in the Do not disturb notification settings. Go to “Do not disturb” under notification settings > select Calls and messages > Select + to add contacts to the exceptions list.
Moreover, it’s now easier to add contact exceptions in the Do not disturb notification settings. Just head towards “Do not disturb” under notification settings > select Calls and messages > Select + to add contacts to the exceptions list.
In addition, you can also find DND exceptions for the app under Do not disturb > App notifications, by just simply selecting + to add apps to the exceptions list.
In One UI 5.0 software, you can get quick access to organize Albums by selecting “+” on the top right corner under Gallery > Album. There are several options available including:
- Create an album
- Create a group, and share an album
- Auto update an album.
Furthermore, a new “View all” option has been added at the top for you to quickly access all your albums. And you will be recommended if there are people groups analyzed as the same person to integrate them into one group.
Modes and Routines
Samsung’s Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software system has now renamed the Bixby Routines to Modes and Routines – two different sections for user convenience.
You can utilize different modes to help you focus on your current tasks under the Modes tab, while the 2nd “Routines” tab allows you to add new routines or discover and manage existing routines.
Security and Privacy
Compared to the One UI 4.1, the One UI 5.0 update brings a major change to the security and privacy settings. With the latest upgrade, “Biometrics and security” and “Privacy” have been combined into one menu named “Security and privacy”.
Connected Devices is a new menu that joined other system Settings with the One UI 5.0 update. The company grouped all Connections functions that are now available at a dedicated place called Connected Devices.
Safety and emergency
Safety and Emergency is another important part of a smartphone’s system Settings. In the One UI 5.0, you will notice an updated medical information icon while pressing on the lock screen to make an emergency call.
In addition, you will have options to provide additional medical information. To access new fields, select Medical info in the “Safety and emergency” settings menu and make the update. The safety and emergency settings have been redefined and now provide more detailed configuration.
Edit the Emergency SOS settings by selecting Emergency SOS.
Send messages to your emergency contacts by selecting Emergency sharing.
The “Shown on Lock screen” option has been added for you to enable or disable medical information that should be shown on the lock screen.
Widgets – Home screen
One UI 4.1 debuted the Smart Widget feature, which is now further advanced with the One UI 5.0 update. Now, users can stack multiple widgets to best utilize the space on the home screen.
Samsung One UI 5.0’s Stackable Widget feature allows you to create stack widgets by dragging and dropping option or by long pressing one of the widgets you wish to edit. Once created, you can long press to edit the widget or remove it.
Wallpapers – Home screen
One UI 5.0-based Wallpapers function’s preview screen gives you the option to edit your lock screen and home screen wallpapers. Go to Wallpaper > Select the wallpaper you want > A preview screen will pop up > select Preview to edit the wallpaper.
In case you select an image from the Samsung Gallery app to use as wallpaper, you can also apply filters to the wallpaper by selecting the “Filter” option at the bottom of the screen.
Color Palette – Dynamic Theming
Aside from this, the new Color Palette feature now offers you a number of palettes inspired by the Wallpaper of your home screen and lock screen. If you don’t want to go ahead with Material You Palettes, there are more ways added with One UI 5.0.
Basic Colors – Color Palette
The Samsung Android 13 update brings a new Basic colors tab in the Color Palette section of Wallpapers settings. You have to access the Color palette under “Wallpaper and style” to view these options.
You can also turn the Color Palette on/off by using the toggle button. Select different wallpaper palettes by choosing Wallpaper colors and Basic colors to view additional color modes.
One UI 5.0 now incorporates your movement patterns, such as driving, biking, running, or walking in order to provide you with more frequent weather updates. When the “Auto refresh on the go” is enabled, you can’t manually refresh the weather as the button won’t be shown on the weather widget.
Go to Weather widget > select it > select the settings menu on the top > turn on “Auto refresh on the go”. If you are using it the first time, you will receive a pop-up notification to get your permission, select Allow to continue or Don’t allow to dismiss this action.
Edit and All apps icons have been added to the first depth of the edge panel for easy access. You can find them at the bottom of the edge panel.
Integrated Filters: The Filters and My filters tabs have been integrated into the “Filters” menu to provide you with a simplified experience. You can also create your own filter by selecting the + button.
Mode information: The “?” on the top right corner of the camera modes has been removed to provide a cleaner look.
Histogram in Pro Video mode: The Histogram button has been moved from quick settings in Pro Video mode to the preview screen directly for easier access while taking videos.
Single take: Single take options have been simplified for content optimization. The max shooting time has been updated to 15secs (10+5 secs).
Food mode: Telephoto lens is now supported in Food mode.
Watermark can be added to your pictures. You can find watermark under Camera settings. Select the settings wheel on top of your camera > turn on watermark settings. You can edit the model name, date and time, font style and alignment.
Don’t forget to read about One UI 5.0 Watermark in detail
Photo and Video Editor
For the Photo and Video Editor functionality, the One UI 5.0 adds a new Color extraction option for a better experience when you need to extract the color from an image.
Edit a picture > select Draw > Choose a pen to draw > on the pop-up color tool box > select the color extraction tool > a magnifying glass will be shown to help you quickly choose the color.
Easier video trimming
The One UI 5.0 provides a new video trimming button so you can easily adjust the intro and outro of the video. You can edit the video by following these steps: Edit the video > Trim the video > Move the play bar from the beginning or from the end > a trimming button will appear so you can quickly tap and adjust the video.
For Phone Call functionality, the One UI 5.0 brings some basic features but in a lot better ways. You may have surely blocked some of you contacts or other numbers due to certain reasons. If your block list contains more than enough blocked people, the One UI 5.0 allows you to unblock them all at once.
Go to the Phone App > select the 3 dots option on the top > select Settings > select Block numbers.
If you have blocked numbers in the list, there will be a 3 dots option on the top. Select the three dots > “Unblock all numbers” will show > select it. You will receive a pop-up notification to either “Unblock” or “Cancel”.
One UI 5 Introduction Film
Samsung bringing Stable Android 13 update to Galaxy A52 in Australia [U]
[Dec. 04] Update – Australia…
Samsung expands the Stable Android 13 update for Galaxy A52 smartphone users in Australia. The new software package brings One UI 5 features and user interface tweaks along with a newer Android security patch.
[Nov. 22] Initial story – India…
Finishing the beta program, Samsung has begun rolling out the Stable Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A52 LTE smartphones in India. This update is currently live for the beta participants, however, the company should soon release it publically.
Identified via build version A525FXXU4CVJB, the Samsung Galaxy A52 One UI 5.0 stable update has arrived with the November 2022 Android security patch in India. Alongside this, it addresses the issues and errors that customers were facing in the beta phase and further improves new features and functions for enhanced performance.
As far as the features are concerned, the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 brings a slew of goodies to the Galaxy A52 smartphones. The company has given its One UI skin a minor visual refresh with new app icons, reorganized menus, and smoother animations.
Moreover, it installs 16 color palettes and basic color options to let customers choose the perfect theme for their phone, a new and improved picture/video editing tools in Gallery so that you don’t have to go to third-party apps to give a finishing touch to your content, and more advanced features to Camera that will guide you to capture perfect shots.
The update further adds new accessibility options to Quick Settings many, Stack Widgets features, Per-app language that lets you choose different languages for different apps, Notification permission to provide users will more control over their notifications, and many more.
The Settings page is also getting significant changes with the addition of new Connected devices, Modes and Routines, and Security and Privacy menus that will let you manage all related functions in one place.
- For more information: One UI 5.0 Changelog for Samsung Galaxy A Series
How to download:
You don’t need to perform any extra steps to upgrade to the stable version from the beta. Just enter the Settings of your phone and navigate to Software update >> Download and install. After you wait for a while, an update will appear on your screen saying that the beta program is ended. Finally, hit the Download button, complete the installation function and enjoy.
— Samsung One UI Software Updates (@SamSWUpdate) November 22, 2022
Not all Samsung devices getting Android 13 (One UI 5.0), find yours
Google debuted Android 13 for eligible Pixel devices in mid-August, and Samsung introduced the Beta version of the new OS – One UI 5 in the same month. The Galaxy S22 series started to get the Stable One UI 5.0, based on Android 13, on October 24.
Meanwhile, Samsung is still conducting Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta testing program for a handful of Galaxy models, however, flagships and select mid-rangers upgraded to the Stable version. Will your device get it? Well, SammyFans is here to tell you whether your Samsung is eligible for the next major upgrade.
According to Samsung’s current software update policy, Galaxy phones and tablets will get four major Android OS updates and five years of security patches. However, it doesn’t mean that every Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet supports this upgrade policy.
Flagship smartphones that launched with Android 11 OS will get 4 Android updates while others will not. On the other hand, as per the old software update policy, Samsung didn’t treat mid-range and flagship phones the same, but the new policy says that some new mid-range phones will also get the same treatment.
Below we have mentioned a table that shows a list of Samsung phones along with their software update support and the Android version that they launched. You can check how long your phone will get updated.
Samsung Android 13 One UI 5.0
Galaxy Foldable series
|Device Name||Software support||Android version at launch|
|Galaxy Z Flip 3||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy Z Flip||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
|Galaxy Z Fold 3||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy Z Fold 2||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
|Galaxy Fold||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 9|
Galaxy S series
|Device Name||Software support||Android version at launch|
|Galaxy S22||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 12|
|Galaxy S21||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy S21 FE||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy S20||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
|Galaxy S20 FE||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
|Galaxy S10||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 9|
|Galaxy S10 Lite||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
Galaxy Note Series
|Device Name||Software support||Android version at launch|
|Galaxy Note 20||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
|Galaxy Note 10||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 9|
|Galaxy Note 10 Lite||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 10|
Galaxy A Series
|Device Name||Software support||Android version at launch|
|Galaxy A73||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 12|
|Galaxy A53||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 12|
|Galaxy A33||4 Android, 5-year security patch||Android 12|
|Galaxy A13 5G||2 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 12|
|Galaxy A13 4G||2 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy A72||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy A52||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy A52s||3 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 11|
|Galaxy A12||2 Android, 4-year security patch||Android 11|
One UI 5.0 Android 13
In July 2022, Samsung started an internal Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta build for Samsung employees. In early August, the company started One UI 5.0 Beta Program for Galaxy S22 series smartphones. Moving ahead, the Korean tech giant seeded the Public One UI 5 on October 24.
Galaxy Z Series
- Galaxy Z Flip 4 – Stable
- Galaxy Z Fold 4 – Stable
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 – Stable
- Galaxy Z Flip 3 – Stable
- Galaxy Z Fold 2 – Beta
- Galaxy Z Flip LTE/5G – Beta
Galaxy S Series
- Galaxy S22 – Stable
- Galaxy S22 Plus
- Galaxy S22 Ultra
- Galaxy S21 – Stable
- Galaxy S21 Plus
- Galaxy S21 Ultra
- Galaxy S20 – Stable
- Galaxy S20 Plus
- Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy S21 FE 5G – Stable
- Galaxy S20 FE – Stable
- Galaxy S10 Lite – Stable
Galaxy Note Series
- Galaxy Note 20 – Stable
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite – Stable
Galaxy A Series
- Galaxy A52 LTE/5G – Stable
- Galaxy A33 5G – Stable
- Galaxy A53 – Stable
- Galaxy A73 5G – Stable
- Galaxy A72 – Stable
- Galaxy A71 4G – Stable
- Galaxy A51 5G – Stable
- Galaxy A22 5G – Stable
- Galaxy Quantum 2 – Stable
Galaxy M Series
- Galaxy M52 5G – Stable
- Galaxy M32 5G – Stable
- Galaxy M53 5G – Stable
- Galaxy M33 5G – Stable
- Galaxy M42 5G – Stable
Galaxy F Series
- Galaxy F62 5G – Stable
- Galaxy F52 5G – Stable
- Galaxy F42 5G – Stable
Galaxy Tab Series
- Galaxy Tab S8 – Stable
- Galaxy Tab S8 Plus
- Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
- Galaxy Tab S7 – Stable
- Galaxy Tab S7 Plus
Galaxy XCover Series
- Galaxy XCover 6 Pro – Stable
- Galaxy XCover 5 – Stable