Samsung Galaxy Android 13: What’s New

Samsung is already set a milestone with its cutting-edge technology, which gives its users a fascinating experience that too full of innovations. And this is one of the primary reasons why we are always so curious about its new updates and release. The finest example of this is Samsung One UI skins over the top of Android, enrich with ample amazing features.

In our recent article, we have covered the most trending topic of this time adjunct to Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5) eligible devices as well as its expected release, refer below for the same :

Samsung Galaxy Android 13 (One UI 5)

Samsung is also said to be working on One UI 5, which will be based on Android 13. This year, Samsung has improved a lot on software support and has done noticeable changes in the same segment for its devices. It is to be noted that One UI 5 based on Android 13 is expected to be released by the end of this year (probably in November 2022).

Googles Android 13 improves Platform Stability

Google announced Android 13 on May 11 at Google I/O 2022 and after that, we continuously got its Beta release through which Google want to achieve platform stability. However, the latest beta is a release candidate, which means it is very nearly complete.

Since Samsung’s version of Android 13 uses its own UI elements so it looks completely different from those of the stock Android 13 version which the company will be going to release for Pixel devices.

As the company’s One UI has made substantial changes and puts its best efforts to upgrade design changes, enhancing its current features as well as stability criteria both for newer and old devices.

Samsung Galaxy Android 13 (One UI 5) features:

It is quite unpredictable at this point to disclose the exact features until the final release has been made for the public officially, so we can assume things on the basis of previous updates we have seen and rumours circulate all around. So the essential and significant changes have done for the improvisation of animation speed.

Now, refer below for the changes as we collectively get out of certain rumours and leaks:

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.

Also as per the rumours 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.

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 here in this article.

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