Samsung’s team of developers continues to work on the update that will bring to the various smartphones of the company One UI 5, the new version of the custom interface of the Korean giant based on Android 13.
In this week, Samsung has already released beta versions of One UI 5 for some models, such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4, Fold 3, Fold 2 and Flip 3, while at the moment the owners of the various Note 20 devices have yet to have the chance to try Android 13 in Korea.
In recent hours, the Samsung developer team has released a new beta (second beta) of One UI 5 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in the US.
Starting with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 in question brings the firmware to the ZVJ8 version and its availability has been reported in the United States. The update has a “weight” of 391MB, brings with it the October security patches and introduces several improvements, as well as the resolution of videos.
The Galaxy Note 20 series One UI 5 Beta 2 update has several bug fixes related to autofocus in the camera app’s Pro mode while using Full HD 60fps and 4K 60fps settings.
The update also fixes software crashes, memory leak issues, and UI sluggishness. The phone also faced kernel panic issues when using the screen as the DeX Pad in Samsung DeX. It also removes the Google Discover feed on the home screen’s leftmost panel.
- Bugs that have been fixed
- Camera Pro video mode size (UHD60, FHD60) focus function error
- ANR/Crash, sluggish, memory leak issue
- Kernel panic occurs while entering the App after entering dexpad_dexmode
- Sluggish issue that floats late when you run capture on the IDLE screen
- Remove Google Discovery
- Other minor bug fixes
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