Samsung has done an excellent job updating all of its handsets to One UI 5, which is based on Android 13. The update has been sent out to premium models, mid-range phones, and more.
Now, the business has made a statement on its Newsroom page, saying that the One UI 5 deployment was the quickest it has ever been. In particular, Samsung said that in less than two months, it has deployed One UI 5 to over 46 devices (as of December 9).
The Korean company also announced its goal to finish the One UI 5 deployment by the end of the year in the article, which is just four days away at this point (December 28). If you own a compatible smartphone but haven’t gotten the latest Android update just yet, you won’t have to wait long.
The Galaxy S20 and newer, Galaxy Note 20 and newer, Galaxy Z Flip and newer, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and newer, and a few Galaxy A and M series phones are just some of the most notable smartphones that currently run One UI 5.
Whatever the case may be, Samsung’s new software shell adds a slew of useful capabilities. There will be additional opportunities for customization, Modes and Routines features, a smart recommendations widget, text extraction from photographs and displays, and more. In addition, it has just come to light that One UI 5.1 is perhaps undergoing testing at this very moment.
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