Unlocked Galaxy S21 Gets Stable Android 13 & One UI 5 In The US

Samsung has now released the official One UI 5.0 update for the beta user; with this iteration, the beta program has closed, and now you are no more able to provide your feedback to the company as before; it indicates that the Korean giant will release the same update publicly soon.

The latest update can be identified by its last letters of build number DVK3 for its Galaxy S21 device; as of now, the Android 13 stable update is available for carrier-unlocked variants. However, several US carriers already released the update earlier today, and other networks will also release the same update soon.

Earlier Samsung has already served the Stable One UI 5.0 based on Android 13 to Galaxy Note 20 series devices; while gradually serving the same stable update. The Korean giant has already dropped the update from mid-range to flagship smartphones, such as Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Flip 4, Galaxy A33 5G, Galaxy A53 5G, Galaxy A73 5G, Galaxy Xcover6 Pro. However, the update for these smartphones is available in different regions worldwide.

Furthermore, the update is available for beta users; it contains all improved features based on your feedback which were included in previous beta versions, such as Stackable Widgets support, new Material You theming colors, a dedicated Privacy Hub, tweaked notifications, an OCR feature, and better multitasking gestures. In addition, One UI 5 brings an updated permissions request dialog, Pro mode improvements in the Camera app, a new Magnifier accessibility feature, and a shortcut to take notes during calls and more.

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