It is great to see that Samsung has rolled out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for the unlocked Galaxy S20 and Galaxy A42 5G in the US. This update brings a number of new features and enhancements to these devices, which will make them even more powerful and capable than they were previously.
The Unlocked Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy A42 5G receive the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in the US. The update carries firmware versions G981U1UEU3GVL5, G986U1UEU3GVL5, G988U1UEU3GVL5, and A426U1UEU4DVL3, respectively. The update also includes the December patch for S20 and November for Galaxy A42 5G, which is now older, so it may soon receive the latest one.
What’s new in Android 13 and One UI 5.0
One UI 5.0 update provides several improvements and enhancements, including several new features and various bug fixes that provide a better experience to users of their devices. Samsung has revamped the UI design and added some new customization tools; the Samsung keyboard has now improved and received some new functions such as stickers, new emojis, and gifs; some additional functions have also been introduced like medical info, SOS, RAM Plus, and more.
Moreover, the Android 13 update has a lot more features along with the mentioned above, and you can explore them by updating your device. The update carries a new Android iteration, and it is obvious that it comes in a heavy software package, so it is recommended that you should download the update via wifi.
To install this update, go to Settings > Software update > Download and install. Your device will reboot and install the update automatically.
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