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Samsung could release a stable version of Android 13 a full month earlier than in 2012

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Samsung could release a stable version of Android 13 a full month earlier than in 2012. Two days ago, Samsung began pushing out the second Android 13-based One UI 5 beta, and according to a fresh report, we won’t have to wait long for the stable release. The first beta was released in the first week of August, a week later than the predicted July release date but a month earlier than the One UI 4 beta from the previous year. Currently, the beta program is confined to the Galaxy S22 series, but it will expand to further devices in the following months. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Samsung could release a stable version of Android 13 a full month earlier than in 2012
Samsung could release a stable version of Android 13 a full month earlier than in 2012

Two proposed Samsung Android 13 release dates

A prior source indicated that the public One UI 5 build would be published in October; we now have a confirmed release date. The Galaxy S22 series will receive the official One UI 5 and Android 13 upgrade on October 17 or October 19, according to a leaker named @RoderSuper. This would be a month earlier than last year, which is undoubtedly impressive, but let’s not forget that Android 13 debuted a month earlier than Android 12.

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Galaxy Z foldable handsets, older Galaxy S devices, and Note handsets will be the next Samsung smartphones to receive the Android 13 operating system. There aren’t many cosmetic changes in One UI 5, but there are many functional additions, including new customization choices, security, and accessibility features.

Users of Samsung smartphones will now be able to stack widgets of the same size and prevent notifications from specific apps. Set preferred languages for various applications, take brief notes during a call, and watermark photographs. Additionally, Material You support has been improved, and the Guest Mode function has returned.

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Users in India, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States can access the second beta. It includes numerous enhancements and bug fixes, such as a Smart Suggestions widget that, as its name suggests, recommends programs based on your usage behavior and a new mode that prevents repair personnel from accessing your private and sensitive data.

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