Samsung expects to start updating Galaxy smartphones to the latest Android 13 operating system in 2022. The rollout will take place as part of the new One UI 5 firmware, which is currently in public beta testing. Now the specific details of the process have become known, namely which models will receive Android 13 and in what time frame. This is reported by SamMobile, citing its own sources.
According to SamMobile, the release of a stable version of the One UI 5 update based on Android 13 will definitely take place before the beginning of 2023, that is, literally in the coming months. The priority will be the flagships of the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22 lines, as well as the foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. But the most interesting thing is that along with them, the availability of One UI 5 is announced for the Galaxy A53 one of Samsung’s most successful offerings in the mid-range segment.
The Galaxy A53 went on sale in March, and the manufacturer promised an ambitious four years of full-fledged Android updates for the smartphone. The model originally shipped running One UI 4.1 (Android 12) out of the box, making the upcoming One UI 5 the first major firmware update for it. There is no information about support for other Galaxy phones yet, but most likely the rest of the planned smartphones will begin updating within the next year.
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