Samsung launches stable One UI 5 (Android 13) for the Galaxy S22 series

After months of beta testing, the Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus and Galaxy S22 Ultra are getting a stable One UI 5 channel lineup in Europe and Asia.

The update has a build number of S908BXXU2BVJA for Exynos, and a build number of S908EXXU2BVJA for global Snapdragon devices. It has a security patch level of October 2022 and comes just days after the final One UI 5 beta arrived for the S22 series. The first beta of One UI 5 also arrived to the company’s foldables just recently. Screenshots shared by XDA Member pepa3205 show the update rolling out in Slovakia currently.

One UI 5 brings a ton of new features to the table. Not only does it have all of the standard Android 13 features like notification permissions, more Material You color schemes, and more, but there are also some Samsung additions, too. These include:

Stackable widgets
Better Samsung Privacy Hub
New notifications UI
Recognize text anywhere with OCR
Multitasking gestures
Pro Mode camera helpers
Better accessibility options
Note-taking during calls

Of course, that’s not all the features either, but they’re some of the biggest that we noticed when testing out One UI 5’s very first beta. You’ll be able to download One UI 5 on your device once it begins rolling out in your region, or you can check out our Android 13 One UI 5 download tracker for Samsung devices to download it early and sideload it on your device. To check if it’s available, go to your device settings and look for the software update section.

Source: XDA

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