The second One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series, based on Android 13, has been made available by Samsung. It follows the initial release earlier this month by around three weeks. For the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy S22 Ultra, this is the first beta firmware since Google last week released stable Android 13 in AOSP (Android Open Source Project).
SamMobile reports is the firmware version that ends the latest One UI 5.0 beta build. Users in India can get it right now. The update package has a weight of close to 3GB, albeit it varies per model. Users in other countries, including the US, ought also be able to get the latest release soon. If you’ve signed up your Galaxy S22 for the beta program, you’ll receive the update wirelessly (OTA).
The most recent edition, according to the new source, has revised icons for Samsung’s stock apps. Naturally, it also includes speed enhancements and bug fixes. It’s also possible that some existing features will change or get some new ones. We regrettably lack a changelog at hand to verify that. Once this update is released more broadly, we anticipate learning more about its content.
Advertisement It’s interesting that this is the first One UI 5.0 beta available to Indian Galaxy S22 customers. The initial release was absent from the nation. The first update from Samsung was exclusively released in the US, Germany, and South Korea. The business has previously released these beta updates in China, Poland, and the UK as well. Therefore, the most recent release might also reach these three nations. However, that hasn’t been formally confirmed by the Korean company.
USERS OF THE GALAXY S22 ARE RECEIVING THE SECOND UI 5.0 BETA UPDATE Android 13 is now available on select Samsung tablets and smartphones thanks to One UI 5.0. The updated One UI version includes a number of modifications and add-ons from the Korean company in addition to the new capabilities that Google is introducing with the stable Android 13 AOSP build. The business is testing the updated software with owners of Galaxy S22 devices ahead of a public launch later this month.
In the upcoming weeks, Samsung is also anticipated to launch the One UI 5.0 beta program for the Galaxy S21 series and a few other flagship devices. If the beta program is offered in their area, interested consumers can sign up through the Samsung Members app. This year’s Galaxy S22 series may receive the update first when the stable rollout starts in October.