The South Korean giant, Samsung’s developers, continue to release an update that brings the One UI 5.0-based Android 13 OS to many smartphones. And in the past few hours, it has come the turn of three models: we are talking about Samsung Galaxy A71, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, and Galaxy S21 FE.
The latest Android 13 stable update is now available in Europe, and the company will soon expand to other countries. Users who own the Galaxy A71, Galaxy Note 10 Lite, and Galaxy S21 FE can identify the latest software update by its firmware version numbers A715FXXU8DVK1, N770FXXU8HVK5, and G990BXXU2DVK3 respectively.
The One UI 5.0 is a new major update for the Galaxy users which includes several new features as well as various bug fixes which provide a better experience to users of their device; with the update, Samsung has revamped the UI design, added some new customization tools, Samsung keyboard has also now improved and also received some new functions such as stickers, new emojis, gifs, some additional functions are also introduced like medical info SOS, RAM Plus and more.
Among the new features that the update brings with it, in addition to those of Android 13 introduced by the Google team, is the November 2022 security patch for Note 10 Lite, and October patch for other two models. Bixby Text Call, widget improvement, a new text recognition feature, One UI Modes, and Maintenance Mode.
Overall, once One UI 5.0 is installed, users should experience a significant improvement in the smartphone’s experience in terms of both performance and new features available.
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