Samsung discussed the addition of One UI 5 to its product lineup in a news statement issued today. The stable One UI 5 version of Android 13 is now available on a large number of Samsung devices, which is great news for the vast majority of Samsung owners.

Although it may not have appeared so at the time, Samsung began rolling out the upgrade just two months after the release of Android 13. Now that it has achieved success, the firm is rejoicing by announcing that future upgrades will be even faster.


Before getting into the benefits of One UI 5, Samsung briefly addresses the release timeline for its tablets and Galaxy S, Z, and A devices in the post. According to company, the deployment of One UI 5 exceeded past updates in terms of speed and scope. Despite the fact that it is feeling extremely confident with the debut of One UI 5, Samsung claims that it intends to move even faster the next time around.

Since the stable version of One UI 5 was released in October, various devices, including the Galaxy S22 series, Fold 4 and Flip 4, S21, and Tab S8, have received the upgrade. According to Samsung, the Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S7 FE, Tab S7, and Tab S6 Lite, as well as the Z Flip series and the Z Fold 2 and 3, will all receive updates this year.


The update will begin going out to the S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series later this month, according to Samsung. The One UI 5 upgrade will be available later this year for the Galaxy A53, A52 s 5G, A33 5G, and A32.

To accomplish its goal of beating the latest update rollout, Samsung indicated that it will continue to deepen its cooperation with Google and aggressively consider user feedback as it updates One UI more regularly and flawlessly.

Samsung, Apple, and Google are among the companies that have not enabled the 5G modem by default in India. However, with the official launch of 5G networks in India, these businesses have to make them compatible with the country’s select 5G bands.

Samsung previously stated that it would activate 5G on its phones in India by mid-November, and many smartphones have received this update in recent days.

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