Update 2: October 19, 2022 – Samsung has started rolling out the second One UI 5 Beta update for the Galaxy S20 lineup in Korea and the latest update comes with firmware version ZVJ8 and an update size of 862 MB.
- Major changes/improvements
- Multi-window operation errors such as screen malfunction in PIP mode
- Screen recording function error phenomenon.
- When entering Samsung phone settings, an error occurs.
- Various home screen errors, such as briefly showing in landscape mode when home screen horizontal rotation is off, recent app screen and icon errors’.
- WiFi connection-related errors
- Error when entering connection setting and setting termination after switching network mode.
- When the watch is connected, Samsung Accessory Service is terminated and the connection is not possible.
- Many other improvements
— SamLatestUpdates (@latestsamupdate) October 19, 2022
Update 1: On September 28, 2022, we are getting a piece of good news, just recently we saw new renders of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus which are predicted for the official look. Now, the Galaxy S20 Series are reportedly getting a One UI 5 Beta update in Korea.
The all-new One UI 5.0 (Android 13) beta program is live for the Galaxy S20 lineup, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In order to join the latest One UI 5 beta on your Galaxy S20 device, you need to check the Samsung Members Application and tap the banner. The changelog will be similar as the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 One UI 5 beta update.
One UI 5 Stable Version Info
Samsung is expected to launch the One UI 5 stable build version in October 2022. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Series will get Android 13 as the last major update because the devices are already received two major updates in the past – Android 11, and Android 12..
What is the One UI Beta Program?
Samsung Electronics runs the One UI beta program to provide better software through communication with customers. By participating in the One UI beta program, you can be the first to experience new features and user experience, and you can send your opinions on usability and quality directly to Samsung Electronics.
Beta software must be installed to participate in the One UI beta program. Beta software is for testing purposes only and may be subject to bugs and errors, or may behave unpredictably. Some software features may be incomplete or missing. Use of the beta software is at the user’s discretion and Samsung will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with participation in the One UI beta program.
Is there a cost to participate in the beta program or to download beta software?
The beta program is free to join. However, since a wired/wireless network connection is required for software installation updates, etc., communication costs may occur due to data use, so we recommend using Wi-Fi.
Are there any rewards for participating in the beta program?
The beta program is based on the voluntary participation of users.