Samsung Galaxy A22 and Galaxy A23 variants get One UI 5.0 update based on Android 13: reports

Samsung Galaxy A22, Galaxy A23 and Galaxy A23 5G smartphones have reportedly started receiving their One UI 5.0 updates based on Android 13. Galaxy A22 has reportedly received its Android 13 update as a stable version of One UI 5.0 within European countries. Meanwhile, Galaxy A23 and Galaxy A23 5G handsets have reportedly started receiving One UI 5.0 updates in Russia and parts of Europe, including Germany. Both Galaxy A23 devices are receiving their first major OS update since their launch about four months ago.

The South Korean giant is said to be rolling out the One UI 5.0 update for the Galaxy A22 in some European countries, including Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South East Europe, Spain, Switzerland, Baltic region, Czech Republic and Nordic region. The update is supposed to come with firmware version number A225FXXU3CVK3.

One UI 5.0, which was first showcased at Samsung Developer Conference 2022, comes with new customization features such as custom modes and routines and a dynamic lock screen.

Meanwhile, Galaxy A23 and Galaxy A23 5G smartphones in parts of Russia and Europe, including Germany, have also reportedly started receiving their One UI 5.0 update with firmware version numbers A235FXXU1BVK8 and A236BXXU2BVK7, respectively.

In terms of budget smartphones, the South Korean conglomerate recently released One UI 5.0 update for other Galaxy A series smartphones including Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A73 5G.

Users can download these updates by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install on their Samsung Galaxy A22 or Galaxy A23 handsets.

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