Samsung One UI 5 (Android 13): Security, New Multitasking Gestures

Samsung One UI 5.0 beta is yet to be revealed publicly but as the information comes from multiple sources it is quite easy to assume that Samsung has made substantial changes to it.

Now the super exciting updates coming from one of the very top-notch as well as trusted source out of many and credit goes to 9to5google, and as we heard many updates time to time-related to One UI 5 features and functionalities which have device are capable of, since we cannot access it on our Samsung smartphone and hence some early revealing confirms that One UI 5.0/Android 13 will come with new ‘Multi-tasking gestures’ to enhance the overall user experience.

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New multitasking gestures

Reportedly said, One UI 5.0 has gone through two new multitasking gesture options in the settings ready to explore. This will include swipe gestures for Split-Screen and Pop-Up view.

You’ll now be able to swipe up from the bottom of the screen with two fingers to access split view or swipe in from the top right corner to make a popup window.

New One UI 5 Gestures

Also as per the rumors and leaks, the official One UI 5 beta starting soon for which internal testing is already in the good pace of process pace, so this article will bring hands-on on the latest One UI 5 beta before the public beta even starts.


Security and Privacy

Talking about security and privacy hub which is a Samsung proprietary version of what Google made for Pixel on Android 13. It can help you place all your accounts, passwords, security, and privacy features onto one screen, thus allowing for quite easy access to everything. It will also scan for anything that might cause abusing app permissions or a security setting that isn’t enabled and further recommend you to enable it for better all-around security.

Though, there is nothing new in the section. Because all of these settings and features were also found in One UI 4 as well, yet it seems good to see that Samsung making access easier considering each of us on the common page and being proactive about warning those who are less tech-savvy.

Miscellaneous changes

Other likely changes we tend to see in One UI 5.0 are as follows:

  • Collaboration in Samsung Notes.
  • Currently active app in quick settings.
  • About phone page now shows an image of the device.
  • UWB toggle in settings.

Also, recently we have heard about the update of One UI 5.0/Android 13 which is related to – Tweaked notifications and New Icons design, which we have deeply detailed in this article.

Hope you like the above-mentioned information, we will keep updating you if any future updates come regarding One UI 5.0 and Android 13.

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