How Samsung One UI 5.0 is better than Stock Android 13

As You Know, Google is the company behind Android OS; the company has expanded its OS rapidly over the few years and become a strong player in the market. The Android OS journey began in 2008, with the first commercial version, Android 1.0; it initially came preinstalled with T- Mobile G1( aka HTC Dream). Later, Big G released new generations of its Android OS yearly with some major developments, but if we talk about some recent Android updates, we don’t see too much difference from the previous generation; from the last two Android updates, we have observed that team Google is focusing on the security of the OS and moving ahead with that mindset now the company has reached to Android 13, and we also get Android 14 this year.

Samsung One UI with Android OS

Samsung only believes in practical approaches and does everything with a predecided strategy, so to compete with other brands, the Korean giant has also introduced its One UI skin for its Galaxy devices, which always gives some additional features to the existing Android features. The first iteration of One UI was released with Android 9 pie; it was first introduced in the Galaxy S10 device. Later, moving ahead, Samsung released more One UI versions with respected Android updates. The company has released the OneUI 5.0 and is currently hyping its upcoming One UI 5.1, which will come with Galaxy S23.

One UI 5.0 is better than the stock Android 13

As said earlier, the One UI is a skin that is based on the Android OS, the same is applied with the One UI 5.0, which is based on Android 13, but as you know, Google has released it for all the eligible android devices available in the market irrespective to brands. Still, Samsung has applied its new One UI skin with Android 13 for its Galaxy devices; the company has added more customization features like lock screen customization; with the help of this function, you can easily make changes to your lock screen through there itself. You can also customize the widgets to save your home screen space; it allows you to access several widgets from one place by creating a stack. Some more features are also introduced with this One UI which are exclusively available for Samsung devices, like Extracting text from the image, changing call backgrounds, new multitasking features, and more.

Moreover, Samsung has also introduced many features that enhance its device’s performance and take its user experience to the next level, with recent effect the Korean giant has already rolled out the One UI 5.0 update for almost all Galaxy devices, but if you didn’t install the update yet, you are recommended to update your devices as soon as possible to enjoy a whole new experience on your phone.

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