Samsung has finally started rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5 update for its Galaxy S22 series smartphones. As per reports, the update has started arriving on both the Exynos-powered and Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S22 series smartphones. The series includes the vanilla Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and the premium Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones.
According to a report by XDA Developers, Samsung is releasing One UI 5 software build version S908BXXU2BVJA for the Galaxy S22 series smartphones, which replaces the company’s Exynos 2200 chipset and firmware build version S908EXXU2BVJA for the Galaxy S22 series devices with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 running system-on. -piece.
Interestingly, the One UI 5 update on the Galaxy S22 series of smartphones comes just days after the company rolled out the last beta version of its Android 13-based UI 5 beta to the S22 series. The update also comes shortly after the company rolled out the first beta version of One UI 5 on its foldable display smartphone.
One UI 5 Top Features
It is worth noting that the One UI 5 update not only brings Android 13 features such as Material U Design, notification permissions and the ability to assign different languages to different apps, but it also brings a host of additional features. Here is a list of all the new features coming to the Samsung Galaxy S22 series smartphones as part of the One UI 5 update:
- Smart Sleep Mode: The Sleep Mode in One UI 5 will let users automate more actions when it’s time to sleep. This includes actions such as adjusting the screen brightness and changing the sound mode.
Smart Routines: Samsung is making several changes to Routines. One UI 5 will show the routines that are currently running at the top of the Routines screen so that users can understand what is happening and make changes accordingly. In addition, One UI 5-powered smartphones will now automatically start routines when users enable Airplane Mode or Mobile Hotspot on their devices. Samsung also revealed in a support page that Routines can now open an app pair, and adjust left/right sound balance, among other things.
Stackable Widgets: Users can now combine multiple widgets of the same size into a single widget to make their device’s home screen look neat and organized. Users can drag one widget over another to create a stack, then swipe left and right to switch between widgets.
— Multitasking Gestures: One UI 5 is also bringing multitasking gestures to the Galaxy S22 series devices. This functionality enables users to switch from full screen to split screen view by swiping up from the bottom of the screen with two fingers. Users can switch from full screen to pop-up view by swiping down the center with one finger from any corner at the top of the screen. These gestures can be turned on or off in the Settings Labs section in the Settings app.
- Watermarks in Photos: One UI 5 also enables users to automatically add watermarks to the corner of each photo containing the date and time the shot was taken. Users can also add custom information as a part of the watermark.
Samsung Galaxy S22 series after receives Android 13-based One UI 5 update: Check out its top features here First appeared on BGR India.