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Stable One UI 5.0 (Android 13) update to unveil on October 12

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Samsung is currently running the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for its eligible Galaxy devices. Meanwhile now, the company has officially confirmed that Stable One UI 5.0 version update will unveil on October 12.

Yesterday, Samsung announced that it will host Samsung Developer Conference 2022 (SDC22) on October 12 at the Moscone North in San Francisco. At the same time, the company has mentioned that it will talk about One UI 5.0 at the event.


Although Samsung didn’t clearly note that we will be catching the stable One UI 5.0 update at the Developer Conference on October 12, all the clues indicate the same. On the other flip, its mid-October launch rumor further confirms the report.

Samsung will obviously release the first stable version update to the Galaxy S22 models that are testing the beta version. However, it will gradually expand to Galaxy S21 and other premium smartphones followed by mid-range phones.

Stable One UI 5.0 October 12

One UI 5.0 Beta:

At this time, only the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series phones are testing the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta version in select 7 countries. This update is further respected to expand for the Galaxy Z4, Galaxy Z3, and S20 series in the coming time.

With the beta build, the company has already introduced plenty of new features, changes, and improvements over the One UI 4 version. Meanwhile, many more are coming to your Galaxy devices very soon.


Aside from the One UI 5.0, there’s a lot more about which Samsung will be talking about at the event. According to the official information, the company will conduct tech sessions related to Bixby, SmartThings and Matter, Samsung Wallet, Tizen, and more along with opportunities to explore partner ecosystems.

Samsung plans to evolve the SmartThings platform and collaborate with developers and creators to build next-generation connected experiences for millions around the world is also one of the primary aspects of the event.

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