Samsung Announced One UI 5.0 Beta For Galaxy Note 20 & Galaxy Z Fold 2 In Korea

Despite being over two years old, Samsung does not forget the Galaxy Note 20 Series and Galaxy Z Fold 2. As of today, owners of any of the three models in this family can now upgrade to Android 13 thanks to the One UI 5 beta program, which Samsung has officially opened, at the moment only in one country (Fold 2), while the company has already released the beta for Note 20 in the US.

Thus, the Galaxy Note 20 and Fold 2 are added to other models already part of the beta program, such as the Galaxy S22, S21, Fold 4, Flip 4, Fold 3, Flip 3 and Galaxy A52.

All three smartphones are part of the Android 13 beta program that Samsung has enabled today, starting with South Korea. As has happened with the rest of the terminals that already have the One UI 5 beta program open, it is expected that its availability will be expanded to other regions, including Europe and the United States, in the coming weeks.

One UI 5.0 brings with it a large number of changes, both aesthetically and functionally. One of the most striking features is the new customizable lock screen, stackable widgets, and much more.

Those who want to sign up for the One UI 5 beta program based on Android 13, should only download the Samsung Members application through the Galaxy Store, and check if the program compatible with their devices is open. If so, you will only have to register and wait for the update to start downloading.

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