When will Samsung release the Android 13 update? It looks like the major software upgrade will be made available in October.
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‘Samsung’s Android 13 update in October’
Twitter user rodersuper claims that One UI 5.0, the Samsung software based on Android 13, will be released on October 17 or 19. RoderSuper is not a very well-known name in ‘smartphone land’, so we take the information with a grain of salt for the time being.
The Android 13 update must first appear for the Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra. These are the current top devices of the manufacturer. It is still unknown which phones will be next. Samsung usually updates the more expensive smartphones in the Galaxy S and Z line first, and then comes with upgrades for cheaper Galaxy A phones.
Samsung has not officially announced the release date of One UI 5.0. The company made a beta program available a few weeks ago, so that the Android 13 update can be tested extensively. If the company still encounters errors or other bugs, these will be solved before the final release.
This is new in Android 13
One UI 5.0 logically introduces the most important improvements of Android 13. This gives Samsung users more options to adjust the appearance of the software. In addition, Android 13 focuses on privacy, because you can, for example, share specific photos and videos with apps – and not your entire media library. Furthermore, apps can no longer send you standard notifications.
Also new is that you can set different languages per app. This is useful if you are bilingual and want to use Google Maps or YouTube in a language other than Dutch, for example. In the settings you will find a simple option to adjust this for individual applications.
Android Planet is publishing an extensive review of Android 13 this week, in which we share our findings with you. Until then, watch the video below, where we tell you all about the latest update in a few minutes.
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