Samsung carries out Android 13-based One UI 5 beta with respect to Galaxy S22 cell phones
Samsung has launched its Android 13-flavored One UI 5 OS in beta for Galaxy S22 cell phones, the organization declared. Similar as Android 13 itself, the vast majority of the progressions are minor, for certain cosmetic upgrades alongside improvements for security, notifications, the camera and more. In any case, Android 13 might offer huge enhancements for foldable phones like the Galaxy Fold 4 set to show up at Samsung’s August tenth Unpacked event.
Samsung is getting its OS updates out more rapidly, as One UI 5 launched over a month sooner than UI 4 did last year. It takes advantage of Android 13’s theme makeover with 12 new color options for the home screen, icons and quick panels. It likewise allows you to save a bit of space by stacking widgets, while adding accessibility options like a Magnifier tool to zoom in on texts and objects. It likewise adds a system that can read your keyboard entry out loud.
You’ll likewise see Android 13 updates like new notification settings that require applications to request permission prior to sending notifications. A new security dashboard can check play out a security and privacy check, and you’ll have the option to setting your favored language on an app-by-app basis.
Android 13’s foldable upgrades seem intended for gadgets like the Fold 3 that have various sizes, resolutions and pixel densities on the internal and external displays. Samsung as of now offers that feature for the Fold 3, however native Android 13 support could open up additional options like enhanced productivity tools.
We’ll figure out additional in a few days at Unpacked, set for August 10th at 9am ET. In the mean time, in the event that you live in the US, South Korea or German and have a Galaxy S22, you can evaluate the One UI 5 update using the Samsung Members app — simply remember the usual risks of using beta software.