Samsung is fast! A 5.0 user interface based on Android 13 is already on the way

The Android 13 developer preview is official and early adopters like Google Pixel smartphones can now test it out. However, Samsung has yet to offer a preview of Android 13. Nevertheless, reports indicate that the company is intensively developing the One UI 5.0 system. Of course, this system is in addition to the deep customization of Android 13. According to Sammobile, Samsung could open the beta version of One UI 5.0 in July and the official version at the end of 2022.

As usual, Samsung’s high-end models will be the first to try out the One UI 5.0 system. For example, Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold4, Galaxy Z Flip4 and other models will be the first models to adapt to One UI 5.0. As a next-gen operating system, Android 13’s biggest upgrade is that it’s optimized for large-screen devices like folding screens and tablets. Google has strengthened the interface design, allowing more apps to adapt seamlessly to Android devices of different sizes, improving the app experience.

According to reports, Google will announce the Android 13 operating system at the I/O developer conference in May 2022. The company will unveil the official version of this smartphone in the second half of the year.

Along with One UI 5.0, the company is also working on One UI 4.1.1 for its upcoming foldable phones. However, the latter will be exclusive to a few smartphones.

Android 13

Privacy is a core tenet of Android products, and Android 13 is focused on creating a responsible, high-quality platform for everyone by providing a more secure environment on devices and giving users more control. In the latest version, Google introduces a photo picker that allows users to securely share photos and videos with apps. It also unveils a new Wi-Fi permission to further reduce the need for app location permissions. Google recommends trying out the new API and testing how these changes might impact your apps.

Android 13 also brings new features and tools to developer productivity. It helps users build beautiful apps that run on billions of devices. This is one of Google’s main missions. Google hopes to reduce development costs so you can focus on creating amazing experiences. Here are some of the new productivity and tool features.

With each release of the platform, Google prioritizes app compatibility and rolls out new versions of the platform. The company is also working to make updates faster and smoother. In Android 13, Google is updating its tools and processes to help you get ready faster.

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