Samsung Releases One UI 5.0 Beta For Galaxy S22

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One UI 5.0’s initial public beta was supposed to release in July, but there was a slight delay. It has finally here, and a steady rollout has begun, starting with the S22 series in Germany, which includes the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra. The firmware is a S90xBXXU2ZHV4 version. Along with Samsung’s own innovations, One UI 5.0 offers the new features that are a part of Android 13.

Smoother animations and a revamped notification center will improve the user experience. You may copy text from screenshots thanks to the Gallery’s activated Optical Character Recognition feature. Additionally, certain intelligent suggestions depending on the text will show up. For instance, taking a picture of a phone number or a website address will allow you to call or visit with a single tap.

There is more; the complete changelog that is displayed prior to installation is here. Note that although we employed machine translation, the original was written in German. The changelog lists items such as a gesture to enable split-screen multitasking, stackable widgets, options to filter notifications from distracting apps, improved sound and vibration settings, better search in My Documents, new features for Bixby Routines, new emojis plus the option to make videos with two emojis, new AR stickers and the ability to make your own from images, and so on.

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In Pro mode, the camera app now displays a histogram. The telephoto lens has Food mode turned on, and a new zoom bar makes it possible to zoom in with just one hand. With the help of a watermarking feature, you may add user-defined information such as the time and date to each image.

Additionally enhanced is Samsung DeX, particularly the taskbar. A calendar widget is displayed when you tap the date, and there is a new search button there. On the taskbar, notifications from apps will show up as red dots. Select functions can be quickly accessed by right-clicking an application. Spell checking and emoji input have also been added to the physical keyboard support.

The majority of Samsung’s apps, including Samsung Internet, Health, Pay, Members, the Galaxy Store, SmartThings, and others, have finally been upgraded. One UI 5.0 is scheduled for release in October, and further information will likely be shared about the new version during the Galaxy Unpacked event the following week.

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