Samsung Galaxy A22 5G and Galaxy F42 5G devices are available in the same price range. If we talk about their specification, the major difference is the Galaxy F42 device have a 64MP as the main camera module. In contrast, the A22 device comes with a 48 MP rear camera. Apart from this, both of the devices bring similar specifications on board. Now Samsung is also treating them the same, introducing the latest Android 13 update for both of the devices.
Android 13 For Galaxy F42 5G
The latest One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy F42 5G device with firmware version E426BXXU3CVKC is now available in India only. However, it could be expanded to other Asian countries in the coming days as well. The update also brings the latest security patch in the form of November 2022.
One UI 5.0 Available For Galaxy A22 5G
Users who own Galaxy A22 5G smartphones can identify the latest Android update by checking the firmware version A226BXXU5CVK9. Right now, the update is available in India. However, it is expected that Samsung will soon roll out the Android 13 update to other countries. It is also noticeable that the update also includes the November 2022 security update, which fixes several known bugs as well as enhances the performance and stability of the device.
What’s new in One UI 5.0
The latest One UI 5.0 is based on Android 13, which means it includes all the features of the latest Android OS, but then Samsung customizes and optimizes it according to its Galaxy devices and introduces it in the form of the latest One UI. Samsung also added some new features with it, such as stacked widgets, new AR emojis, stickers, and Gifs, and some inbuilt apps have also been updated.
Moreover, Samsung also improved the UI design, which gives a whole new look to the inbuilt interface as well. As it also introduced some new customization features by which you can make various changes to the clock, wallpaper, and notification settings.
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