In this guide, we will be talking about the One UI 5 for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. The One UI 5 has been in the beta phase for quite some time. After much wait, Samsung has finally announced that the One UI 5 for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series is coming out. The Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra devices in Europe and in Asia are getting the stable One UI 5 build.
The One UI 5 is based on Android 13 and will be rolled out to devices with Exynos chipsets and with Snapdragon chipsets both. Also, the update will be provided to users on the beta channel of One UI 5 and also to users on the stable One UI 4.1 channel.
One UI 5 for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Series
The latest update comes with the build number; S908BXXU2BVJA for devices running on Exynos chipsets and the build number for devices running on Snapdragon chipsets is S908EXXU2BVJA. The update will be bringing the October 2022 security patch for Android devices. The final One UI 5 beta build for the Galaxy S22 series was also released just a few days back. The stable channel will be extended with time to the other eligible Samsung devices as well. As of now, the One UI 5 beta has begun for Samsung’s flagship foldable phones.
Talking about the latest update, we get to see a lot of new features from Samsung. First up, there are the Android 13 goodies which include new Material You color schemes, notification permissions, and more. On top of these, Samsung has added some of its own features which enhance the UI. These new features 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
These were all the major changes that were seen in the new update. You can download the update on your device as soon as it is available in your region if it is not already. Check if it’s available by going to the Settings app on your device and looking in the Software update section.
So that was it from our side on One UI 5 for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. We hope that you found this guide helpful. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.