This is when Android 13 comes to the Galaxy S22

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Samsung is currently hosting the developer conference. At SDC 2022, the company announced that the stable version of One UI 5 is coming to the Galaxy S22 series this month. It was previously only available in beta.

After months of waiting, Samsung Galaxy S22 series users can finally upgrade to the stable version of Samsung’s Android 13-based One UI 5 operating system. The company has announced that the upgrade will be available at the end of the month.

When Android 13 was first released in mid-August, Pixel owners had their first run of the new OS. After a few weeks, Samsung released a One UI 5 beta program that allowed users to sample the Android 13 experience if they signed up. The rollout has been slow, however, with the program initially only available in the US, Germany and South Korea for Galaxy S22 devices. The program eventually expanded to more countries and Samsung devices as time went on.

At today’s 2022 Samsung Developer Conference, the company finally revealed when the stable version of the operating system will be released. Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S22 series can expect the update at the end of October.

Once installed, One UI 5 will provide the main Android 13 experience for users to enjoy. Some of the new features that will be in the update include an expanded set of color theme options, widget stacking to save space, new controls for blocking notifications from certain apps, and an improved Dex experience.

For those of you with Samsung Galaxy S21 and S20, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 devices, unfortunately, it looks like you’ll have to wait a little longer. The company has not said when the update will be available for these devices. But at least the beta is still available for the S21 and S20. Comments

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