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How to join One UI 5.0 Beta Program- Android 13



Samsung is currently working on its latest upcoming Android 13-based skin, One UI 5.0. Samsung will start beta testing for its flagship smartphone very soon. Galaxy S22 Ultra will be eligible for One UI 5.0 beta in the first phase.

How To Register One UI 5.0 Beta Program: Samsung is planning to release the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta program. However, still many users are not aware that Samsung has released the beta program for their smartphones. So today, we will tell you, with the help of this post that how you can register in the One UI beta.

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How to register One UI 5.0 Beta Program 

  1. Open Samsung Members app
  2. In the Samsung Members app click the One UI notice
  3. Then tap Registration of One UI Beta Program to submit the application from your Samsung account.
  4. You can do this through the settings menu: Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.

If the Samsung Members app does not show ONE UI Beta notice then don’t worry, we have brought you new tricks to register beta.

  • Open Samsung Pay
  • In the featured section you will One UI Notice banner
  • Tap on the banner and register beta program


Back up your data before doing an update. Although OTA Update doesn’t require backing up your data, it is still best to make backing up data a practice every time you update anything on your phone. Make it a habit at any time.

  • Plug your Samsung phone into power, or keep the battery level over 40%.
  • The update process takes some time.
  • Do not operate or power off your device during the process.
  • DO NOT root the phone yourself, for that might cause damage to your system, and the warranty service will be terminated immediately.

Harsh is a seasoned technology enthusiast with a deep passion for Android. Since its announcement in 2007, he has closely followed the evolution of this operating system, gaining a comprehensive understanding of its features and capabilities. His background in Android, IT, and Journalism has equipped him with the skills to analyze and present complex technological concepts in a clear and engaging manner. As the Editor-in-Chief at, Harsh is dedicated to sharing his knowledge and experiences about Android, services, and applications with the world.

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Samsung Offering Free Storage Upgrade for Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra




The Samsung Galaxy S24 has demonstrated outstanding performance in terms of market presence, consumer attention, and top position in the Android device market. And due to its popularity, the company hasn’t offered any special discounts for new users even after four months; however, now some free storage upgrades are available.

The Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra are now available for free storage upgrades (limited time)

At the time of the preorder session, there was the same offer declared through different network carriers, but for the unlock variants, there was no such offer at that time, but now the company has brought the update for the devices. However, it is worth noting that this offer is limited to the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 Ultra.

Under this offer, you can buy a 512 GB model at the price of a 256 GB model, which is $999. Meanwhile, similarly, you can now buy the 512 GB storage variant at the price of $1299 and the 256 GB model at the price of $1299.

Get more with trade-in 

Along with the free storage upgrade, you will be eligible to get a $75 instant Samsung credit with your carrier when you buy the Galaxy S24+. Meanwhile, if you buy the Galaxy S24+ or Galaxy S24 Ultra through trade-in, you will get trade-in values up to $600 for the Galaxy S24+ successful purchase and up to $750 for the Galaxy S24 Ultra. 

Additionally, you can also grab some discounts while you pick accessories for the device, such as the Galaxy Watch 6, the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, or a pair of Galaxy Buds 2 Peo wireless earbuds, at an exclusive discount. To get all these offers, you have to buy these smartphones from the Samsung e-shop.

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Grab Your Free Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 On Buying One Right Now



Buy one, get one is not the case with Samsung, but things turned around today! Samsung is currently offering a fantastic deal on its Galaxy Watch 6, allowing buyers to purchase two smartwatches for the price of just one.

Samsung is playing a screaming deal game on the Galaxy Watch 6, as it is offering the option to get a free Galaxy Watch 6 with the purchase of another Galaxy Watch 6. This BOGO offer is exclusively available through Samsung’s online store

You are free to select any size and color as you normally would while shopping; towards the bottom of the page, you will see an option to “get a second Galaxy Watch 6 on us.” This takes you to the new window where you can customize a second smartwatch for the offer. The second watch can be Bluetooth or LTE, 40mm or 44mm, and seems to be free no matter what the configuration is. 

Undoubtedly, Samsung is offering a golden chance, as with the BOGO offer, you are getting two smartwatches just for the price of one, a discount that could easily add up to around $380. 

Noticeably, here is the “catch” that you cannot mix and match with the Watch 6 Classic. This only applies to the “sporty” version of the Watch 6. You can also still process a trade-in to knock a few more dollars off of the price, but combining this offer with discounts on Buds 2 Pro or Buds FE is not in the deal. 

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: Black Friday deal is offering 25% off




Though Samsung’s current flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone may be an amazing device, its pricing is a little high. The Galaxy S series always comes with a high price tag, and the ultra variant is the highest among all. Even after being willing to grab this gadget, something that stops halfway is the cost of the model. If everything else were equal, you could decide against purchasing this incredible smartphone since you wouldn’t want to spend an arm and a leg only to carry about Samsung’s flagship model in your pocket.

But each one of those people is getting an advantage to grab it, and that too with low investment. That’s right, if you move quickly and take advantage of this fantastic Black Friday offer, you can now purchase Samsung’s most talked-about model for a whopping $300 off its original price if you buy one from Amazon. Additionally, you will save a ton of money on any variation you choose because both the 256GB and 512GB devices are currently marked down by that much.

Is all this anticipation worth it? Is the Galaxy S23 Ultra that special?

As of now, the Galaxy S23 Ultra remains one of the models that got high points for every review. One major advantage of the tablet is that the S Pen is integrated right into it. It boasts a superb 6.8-inch AMOLED 2x Super Dynamic screen with a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and 3,088 x 1,440 resolution. Additionally, the screen’s brightness has a maximum of 1,750 nits. With the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset powering it, the performance is noticeably quicker than with the prior model.

Fantastic cameras are another feature of the S23 Ultra, which includes a new 200MP primary sensor on the back. In terms of battery life, the device fared well in our tests. In our video rundown test, it ran for 19 hours and 26 minutes. After a day of moderate use, the S23 Ultra’s battery still had plenty of energy left in it.

On the other hand, the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ are available at historically low costs if you don’t want quite as many bells and whistles. The Galaxy S23 is now $100 instead of $700. About the Galaxy S23+, it’s now down to $200 from $800. Don’t miss the Black Friday Deal, as there is no saying that the $1200-priced Galaxy S23 Ultra will come with a price drop of $900 another time.

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