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Samsung is currently trying One UI 5.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 and S21

9 August, 2022 Samsung

Samsung is currently trying One UI 5.0 beta for the Galaxy S20 and S21


The One UI 5.0 beta program opened up for the public last week. The Galaxy S22 series is the first and, up to this point, the main gadget to run One UI 5.0 beta, however other Galaxy leaders from past ages could before long join the S22. We're hearing that Samsung is presently trying One UI 5.0 beta firmware for two other lead phones.


Samsung is trying One UI 5.0 inside for the Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S20 setups. The S20 is the most established Galaxy S series that is as yet qualified for One UI 5.0, and we're happy to see that Samsung hasn't failed to remember it. Going against the norm. By the vibes of it, Samsung is treating the Galaxy S21 and S20 arrangements with a similar degree of consideration.


Will the Galaxy S20 and S21 get an open beta program?

Samsung is trying One UI 5.0 for the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 setups inside, yet it's hard to tell when the beta program will open to the general population or on the other hand on the off chance that Samsung will keep testing the firmware in the background before it focuses on a far and wide open delivery. We shouldn't invalidate the likelihood that the Galaxy S21 and additionally S20 could hop directly to the public One UI 5.0 update once accessible, despite the fact that almost certainly, Samsung will ask its client base for input to speed up the improvement interaction.


Samsung tried the Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta firmware in its own labs for half a month prior to the public beta started. Notwithstanding, the Galaxy S22 has a higher need since it's a more current gadget, and progress is quicker. Regardless, we'll update you as often as possible. Meanwhile, you can look at our One UI 5.0 beta video underneath for a sample of the new firmware running on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.



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