Samsung Galaxy phones with Android 13 will get a most awaited feature of multi-user support. Yes, you read it right, with the One UI 5 (Android 13) you will get an option for multiple user profiles. Of course, the tablet user already has this feature but now it’s coming for eligible Galaxy smartphones.
Samsung phones get multi-user support
Samsung with its latest One UI version introduces new features in its One UI interface, which later become standard in the Android operating system.
Samsung is currently testing the One UI 5 beta version in select countries and soon the third beta rollout will begin.
On Android 13 (One UI 5) you can then easily switch between different user profiles. After the upgrade to Android 13, you will soon find the option via the Settings under the Accounts and backup heading. The second item from the top is new: Users. Tap it to enable support for multiple user profiles. Your original, own account will then also become the administrator account.
Multi-user support in Android 13 (One UI 5)
- Each user will get their own separate personal space on phone for custom home screens, accounts, apps, settings and more.
Android 13 (One UI 5): Which Samsung Phones Are Eligible For Multi-User support
The update will be available on the support One UI 5 Samsung devices including Galaxy S22, S21, and S20 series, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4, and phones like the Galaxy A53, Galaxy A33, and the A52(s) models. Here you can check the eligible One UI 5 Samsung devices.