After the first Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta release earlier this month, Samsung has recently delivered the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 in the US, UK, India, Germany, Poland, and South Korea. But what about the Stable One UI 5.0 release date? When will One UI 5.0 be rolled out publically?
It’s obvious that alike the beta version, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series will be the first to grab the stable One UI 5.0 update. So far, there were rumors that the company will introduce the stable One UI 5.0 version in October, meanwhile now, a reliable tipster has suggested its release date.
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OneUI 5.0 officially opens on October 17 or 19. Galaxy S22 series.
Android 13(T OS) too.#OneUI5 pic.twitter.com/cnmKcMquv4
— SuperRoader (@RoderSuper) August 26, 2022
According to the information, Samsung will begin the public rollout for Android 13-based One UI 5.0 OS on October 17 or October 19. He said it’s the release date for Galaxy S22 series, while he hasn’t mentioned when the Galaxy S21 or other Galaxy devices will start getting it.
On the other hand, going by the company’s previous major release schedule, more Galaxy flagship devices will start to install the stable One UI 5.0 update at the beginning of November.
One UI 5.0 Features:
Through the beta releases, Samsung has already introduced a slew of new features that are coming with One UI 5.0. Among them, the most noticeable are Color Platte options that have been extended to 16 from 4 and get support to theme Google apps as well.
Next, there are significant improvements in the stock camera app, caller screen, quick panel, notification panel, Smart widgets, Bixby Routines, etc. On the other hand, the company has also brought revamped icons for a bunch of Samsung apps.
If you haven’t yet enrolled for the One UI 5.0 Beta program, head over to the Samsung Members app and tap the banner shown at the top of the home page. Fill out and submit all the details. After a few minutes or seconds, you will receive a big update that you can install through the Software update section on your Galaxy S22’s Settings.