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Android 13 Based One UI 5.0 Eligible Device List, check if you will get this update?



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As we reported this morning, Google has started testing the Android 13 operating system and has released 2 beta updates so far. But we know Samsung hasn’t started testing yet.

The buzz about Android 13 has increased since the release of the Developer Preview version of Android 13. And Samsung users may have a question regarding the Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update: Which Samsung Galaxy devices will get it?

As we mentioned, Android 12 is now available to over 100 million Samsung customers. And constantly Samsung is sending the latest Android OS update to many devices. And from Samsung’s firmware update policies, we can get an idea of ​​which Galaxy smartphones and tablets are eligible for the upcoming Android 13 / One UI 5 update.

Let’s see which Galaxy phones and tablets will get four major Android OS updates and five years of security patches, this list has been made according to the Samsung update policy. However, this does not mean that every Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet supports this upgrade policy.

Check out the lists below and feel free to let us know in the comments section if your device exists

Galaxy S series

Galaxy Note series

  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy Note 20 (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Galaxy Z series

  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3

Galaxy A series

  • Galaxy A73
  • Galaxy A53
  • Galaxy A33
  • Galaxy A71 5G
  • Galaxy A71
  • Galaxy A51 5G
  • Galaxy A51
  • Galaxy A52
  • Galaxy A52 5G
  • Galaxy A52s
  • Galaxy A72
  • Galaxy A Quantum
  • Galaxy Quantum 2
  • Galaxy A03s
  • Galaxy A12 Nacho
  • Galaxy A32
  • Galaxy A32 5G
  • Galaxy A22
  • Galaxy A22 5G
  • Galaxy A23
  • Galaxy A13
  • Galaxy A03

Galaxy M series

  • Galaxy M42 5G
  • Galaxy M12
  • Galaxy M62
  • Galaxy M22
  • Galaxy M31
  • Galaxy M32
  • Galaxy M32 5G
  • Galaxy M52 5G
  • Galaxy M33
  • Galaxy M23

Galaxy F series

  • Galaxy F42 5G
  • Galaxy F62
  • Galaxy F12
  • Galaxy F22
  • Galaxy F23

Galaxy Xcover series

  • Galaxy Xcover 5

Galaxy Tab series

  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S8+
  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab S7+ (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 (LTE/5G)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 (2021)
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Samsung started pushing the official version of Android 13 / One UI 5.0 to these Galaxy devices [List Dec. 6 2022]




Samsung OneUI 5.0

Samsung is pushing out the Android 13 / One UI 5.0 official version system update for its eligible devices. Recently, Samsung has released the update for Galaxy A22 in Europe and Galaxy A23 LTE / 5G in Germany and Russia, Galaxy M22 in Europe, and Galaxy S20 FE (LTE) in Serbia.

The Galaxy A42 5G in South Korea, the Galaxy S20 FE 5G and Galaxy A32 LTE in Europe, the Galaxy A51 LTE in Europe, and the Galaxy A13 5G in Europe received a stable update.

These Samsung Galaxy Devices getting Android 13 Based OneUI 5.0 stable and beta updates.

  • Galaxy A22 in Europe(beta)
  • Galaxy A23 LTE in Germany(beta)
  • Galaxy A23 LTE in Germany (beta)
  • Galaxy A23 LTE 5G in Russia (beta)
  • Galaxy A23 LTE  in Russia (beta)
  • Galaxy M22 In Europe (beta)
  • Galaxy s20 FE in Europe (beta)
  • Galaxy A42 5G in South Korea (stable)
  • Galaxy S20 FE 5G Europe (stable)
  • Galaxy A32  LTE in Europe (Stable)
  • Galaxy A13 5G in Europe (Stable)

The Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update brings an innovative UI design with expanded palette functionality, stacked widgets, larger app icons in the notification area, adjusted quick settings switches, and a translucent effect of the notification area. Animations and transitions now look smoother.

The new software also brings per-app language settings for supported apps, improvements to built-in apps, and more accessibility settings. Samsung has added OCR (optical character recognition) functionality throughout the system. Thus, the Camera and Gallery apps can extract text from images. Even the Samsung keyboard can open the camera view to capture text from the live camera feed.

Samsung has renamed Bixby Routines to Modes and Routines. This is a simplified version of Bixby Routines, with a few routine presets for most people. Both Bixby and Modes and Routines are getting new features and options. There are now more detailed options for how each app displays notifications.

Now with more emojis, animated emojis, and AR emojis. There’s also a simplified privacy and security section, a new connected devices menu, and new multitasking gestures. Improved search performance in built-in apps and One UI. The camera app gets a slightly simplified design.

Samsung DeX UI has been improved. There are tons of new features coming to Samsung Gallery, Samsung Internet, Samsung My Files, and other built-in apps. Memory expansion can now be customized or turned off. The built-in image and video editors have also been improved. A detailed Wi-Fi diagnostic menu is also supported.

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Pixel 7 series first pure 64-bit Android phone: Google




google pixel 7

Recently Google has officially confirmed that the Pixel 7 series can only run 64-bit applications. A few days ago, blogger @MishaalRahman also told via Twitter that Google Pixel 7 series is supporting only 64-bit apps.

@MishaalRahman also pointed out that Android 13 on Pixel 7 phones doesn’t allow 32-bit apps to run, internally, the OS is still using some 32-bit libraries, which means that Google will intentionally run 32 -bit is preventing apps from running.

64 bit application

Google has shared some information about its Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones in a blog post on the developer’s official website. Which clarified that the Pixel 7 series is the first pure 64-bit Android smartphone

Why did Google use 64 bit and what are its benefits

Google developers believe that 64-bit applications run faster than 32-bit applications because they can use additional registers and instructions that 32-bit applications cannot. Additionally, newer CPUs offer up to 25% performance gains when running 64-bit code, and some processors even drop support for 32-bit code entirely.

Plus, it can help improve security. The larger address space makes security such as ASLR more effective, and additional bits can be used to protect the integrity of the control flow. These countermeasures reduce the chance of an intruder taking control of the equipment.

Google’s developer experts say that removing support for 32-bit code can save up to 150MB of RAM, which the operating system uses even when 32-bit applications are not running. Due to this, the user gets more RAM space. Also, Google developers can use better tools like HWASan to detect device memory errors and improve application quality.

However, Google has clarified that pure 32-bit devices are still important for Android Go, Android TV, and Android Wear, and Google Play will continue to provide 32-bit applications for pure 32-bit devices.

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Lock Screen Customization: Samsung One UI 3.0 beta vs Apple iOS 16




Lock Screen Customization

Apple released the iPhone 14 series earlier this month, which includes the iOS 16 operating system. In addition, Samsung has made the One UI 5.0 operating system compatible with Android 13 available to eligible devices. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are now available with new lock screen customization and the Dynamic Island feature. On the other hand, One UI 5.0 beta 3 includes lock screen customization for Galaxy S22 series users.

Meanwhile, the Smart Island feature has been made available to Android users via third-party applications such as dynamicSpot, and it is fully functional on Android devices. The lock screen customization, on the other hand, has arrived for Galaxy S22 users with the One UI 5.0 beta update and is very similar to the iOS 16 lock screen customization.

According to Twitter tipster TechDroider, the custom Samsung lock screen process in the One UI 5 Beta 3 system is similar to Apple’s iOS 16. Samsung currently offers five different clock styles, whereas Apple offers eight. The user can also change the color of the clock in both operating systems.

Take a Look:

We discovered that when it comes to adding new wallpapers, both operating systems offer background collections that are highlighted in a similar manner. While Apple provides both built-in and third-party widgets, Samsung currently only provides widget icons for notifications.

Following the release of the iPhone 14/Pro series, Samsung mocked Apple for being out of touch with the concept of folding screens, large-pixel cameras, and so on.

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