After beta-testing the new One UI 5.0 update, Samsung recently released the stable One UI 5.0 based on Android 13 to the Galaxy S22 phones. Now, the company has seemingly revealed the list of the devices that will get the new software update starting in November. Have a look at the details.
These Samsung Phones Will Get One UI 5.0!
Samsung, via a push notification to users in Korea, has revealed that it will release the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update to high-end smartphones in November. Some mid-range devices will get it in December while the rest of the eligible phones will get it in January 2023. You can check out the list below for a better idea.
Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Fold 3Galaxy S21 series (barring Galaxy S21 FE)Galaxy Note S20 series Galaxy S20 seriesGalaxy A53 5GGalaxy A33 5GGalaxy A Quantum 3Galaxy Tab S8 seriesGalaxy Tab S7 series
Galaxy Z Fold 2Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Z FlipGalaxy S20 FEGalaxy A52s 5GGalaxy A51 5GGalaxy A42 5GGalaxy A32Galaxy A Quantum, Quantum 2Galaxy Jump, Jump 2Galaxy Tab S7 FE, Tab S7 FE 5GGalaxy Tab S6 Lite
Galaxy A23Galaxy A13Galaxy M12Galaxy Xcover 5Galaxy Buddy, Buddy 2Galaxy Wide 5, Wide 6Galaxy Tab A8Galaxy Tab A7 LiteGalaxy Tab Active 3
Some phones are also expected to get the One UI 5.0 update in Q1 and Q2, 2023, thus, completing the update cycle.
To recall, Samsung One UI 5.0 introduces a number of features like more customization options, including Android 13’s Material You theme, Dynamic Lock Screen, Bixby Text Call feature, stacked widgets (much like on iOS 16), Maintenance mode to keep phones safe while they are being repaired, new notification panel, new security features, and much more. You can check out our list of the best One UI 5.0 features for a better idea.
One thing to note is that this update cycle is for Samsung devices in Korea and it remains to be seen if this will remain so for other regions too. Samsung is yet to reveal more on this, so, it’s best to wait for an official word. We will keep you posted on this. Therefore, stay tuned to this space.