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Samsung innovates the lock screen with One UI 5 beta 3

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We recently reported on the release of beta 3 of the One UI 5.0 in Europe for the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 +, and Galaxy S22 Ultra, the South Korean manufacturer’s latest canonical flagship smartphones.

In addition to the already reported “Stories” features of the Gallery and the renewed wallpaper selection screen, the new beta of the Samsung custom interface brings with it a revolutionized lock screen, which many more geek users will already know and which, after all, it stands as an immediate response to the renewed lock screen that Apple has introduced with iOS 16 (it is not in the least intended that Samsung have copied Apple since it has done nothing else, as we will see, if not to exploit something that already had available).

One UI 5: With beta 3, the lock screen is all new:

As anticipated at the beginning, with beta 3 of One UI 5.0, the next version of its customized interface based on the latest Android 13, Samsung has introduced a “new” lock screen on its Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 +, and Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones, protagonists main of the development program.

To be fair, the South Korean manufacturer did not introduce a completely new thing out of the blue but limited itself to adding the features of Good Lock to the default lock screen of the One UI to allow users to customize it more in-depth. having to deal with a single screen that combines all the options for customization.

The possibilities of customizing the lock screen:

Let’s find out what the lock screen customization possibilities are, which will appear when you perform the process to customize the lock screen background but which can now also be recalled by making a long press on the same lock screen.

Clocks
The One UI 5.0 will give you the possibility to choose between five different styles of clocks but will also allow you to change the font separately, choosing from six different types of fonts; you can also change the size of the clock and the colors used.

Wallpapers
Samsung has added new images but also gradient backgrounds, allowing you to add filters to the background to best match the elements.

Shortcuts
Like what is possible with the One UI 4. x, even with the next version of the Samsung custom interface, it will be possible to choose which shortcuts to place at the bottom of the screen.

Widgets
The widgets to scroll on the lock screen remain the only thing that still has to be chosen separately from the rest.

The entire customization process is reviewed:

It is not only the lock screen to be renewed and made more customizable but it is the entire customization process to be revised: the options for the lock screen, in fact, are now also displayed when you change the background of the lock screen from the Gallery.

The whole customization process, therefore, includes the Color Palette, wallpapers, and lock screen customization. Speaking of the Color Palette, with beta 3 of One UI 5.0 the park of icons that can be changed to the theme from the Color Palette (which is Samsung’s vision of dynamic colors, a fundamental feature of Material You) has been significantly expanded.

These now include most of Google’s apps but also many commonly used applications such as WhatsApp, Reddit, LinkedIn, Dropbox, and many others.

Samsung has turned the tables with its beta program:

In addition to changing (for the better for the user) its policies for software updates, and offering unmatched support in the Android landscape (in terms of duration), over time Samsung has changed the way in which it ran its beta program for new Android versions.

At one time, these worked according to a predictable schedule: all the innovations were introduced suddenly with beta 1; the price to pay was malfunctioned, including many bugs and frequent crashes. Going forward with the various preview versions, then, the South Korean manufacturer found the square up to release a stable version (almost totally) free from bugs or malfunctions.

Today, however, the Samsung beta program works differently and the One UI 5.0 is living proof: with beta 1, the South Korean manufacturer has made only a few small changes, gradually adding new features with the new betas, up to get to the current beta 3 which, as mentioned, has revolutionized the lock screen.

When and on which smartphones will Samsung’s new One UI 5.0 arrive?

If you own a Samsung smartphone and are attracted by the possibility of trying the potential of the new customizable lock screen that will be introduced by default on One UI 5.0, you will be wondering if you will ever receive the update in question on your smartphone.

It seems obvious that the first smartphones of the Galaxy series to update will be the top range of the Galaxy S22 series, closely followed by the folding Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4, by the various top ranges of the previous generations, and by the most recent mid-range of the Galaxy series A (like Galaxy A53 ).

In any case, the new One UI 5.0 based on Android 13 should sooner or later reach a considerable number of devices: to find out if yours is included in the list, we invite you to consult our dedicated in-depth study.

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

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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.

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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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These Samsung Galaxy phones will receive the Android 13 update by 2023

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Samsung is constantly giving new updates and improving its UI to give competition to its rival companies. Samsung is still working hard to get One UI 5.0 ready for some Galaxy devices and has already launched One UI 5.0 beta for several flagship models.

And we have also seen that Samsung users are largely ready for beta testing and are ready to take any kind of risk. and want to get a beta firmware update.

On the other hand, users who didn’t want to join or who didn’t have time to sign up for the beta program don’t have access to Android 13 yet, so they’ll probably have to wait a bit longer to experience it. latest changes.

According to SamMobile, Samsung will offer stable One UI 5.0 firmware by the end of 2022 for at least 6 series of Galaxy devices including Galaxy S21 series, S22 series, Z Fold 3 and Z Fold 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 3 this year. Z Flip 4, these models will receive One UI 13 stable version based on Android 5.0.

Apart from flagship phones, Samsung will bring One UI 5.0 to users of mid-range models like the Galaxy A53 by 2023.

Foreign media believe that the Galaxy A5X series is one of Samsung’s most successful mid-range products, with the 2022 model released in March this year and also promising four years of Android system upgrades. The Samsung Galaxy A53, on the other hand, comes with One UI 4.1 based on Android 12 pre-installed, and One UI 5.0 is expected to be the first major upgrade.

Although this is only news right now, many media have covered it, which makes it possible that if there is any change or new news in the future, then we will inform you through this website.

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Breaking: Galaxy S22 series gets the One UI 5.0 beta 3 update [Improvements]

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Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta 3

Finally! Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 5.0 beta 3 update for the Galaxy S22 series. The most recent update is the third beta edition of One UI 5.0, which is based on the Android 13 operating system. The third beta update for Galaxy S22 series users has arrived in European countries such as Germany and Poland, with other regions such as Korea, the United States, China, and India following suit in the near future.

The One UI 5.0 beta 3 for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra come with the new version numbers S901BXXU2ZVI9 / S906BXXU2ZVI9 / S908BXXU2ZVI9 respectively. Also, keep in mind that the latest update has an installation size of 1.19GB, so make sure you have enough space on your device.

One UI 5.0 beta 3 update rolling out with a number of improvements:

The latest beta update for the Galaxy S22 series adds a number of new enhancements to improve your device experience. It also offers a more stable One UI 5.0 beta experience. In terms of the changes, the update adds the Gallery widget to the home screen. Also, the animation issue has been fixed by this update.

In addition to this, the changelog contains a list of fixes for bugs and enhancements, such as new slideshow-styled stories in the default Gallery app. Additionally, customers will be able to change the lock screen wallpaper right from the lock screen, just like in iOS 16.

Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta 3

(Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta 3)

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TelegramFurthermore, the update enhances the UX Gallery app’s Album tab, which was recently criticized by users who were unhappy with the One UI 5.0 Beta’s auto-restart function, which can now be adjusted via the Settings’ Device Management tab.

Last but not least, the Bixby Routines have been updated so that you can access each menu by going to Settings > Useful functions > Bixby Routine > Mode Settings > Mode.

One UI 5.0 beta 3 update changelog: [Translated]

New Feature:

  • Add Gallery widget to the home screen

Improvements:

  • Experience new slideshow-style immersive stories in Gallery
  • Improvement introduced so that lock screen wallpaper can be changed instantly by long press on lock screen
  • Improved UX the Album tab at the bottom of the Gallery app – By default, ” Device maintenance > Automatic optimization > Automatic restart on demand ” is off by default
  • Improved optimization function for each terminal mode and shifting the menu position ( Settings > Useful functions > Bixby Routine > Mode → Settings > Mode )
  • Improved the animation to return to the home screen when disconnected.

Galaxy S22 series One UI 5.0 beta 3

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