With Android 13 weeks away from its official launch, Samsung has formally kick-started the One UI 5 open beta program for its Galaxy S22 collection, which incorporates the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and the Galaxy S22 Extremely.
In case you are unaware, One UI 5 is predicated on Android 13 and brings in a number of new customisation, safety and accessibility options. Whereas the open beta program is just out there for these residing in america, South Korea and Germany, the South Korean producer says they’ll roll out the beta program to different areas within the coming months.
One UI 5 lets customers customise their Android expertise by letting customers select from 16 preset color themes based mostly on wallpaper and gives 12 extra color choices for fast panels, icons and the house display. Customers now have the choice to stack similar-sized widgets on high of one another and provides their house display a cleaner look.
Speaking about new accessibility options, now you can use the system digital camera to zoom in on real-world objects and determine the written textual content. Constructing on Android 13’s notification improved administration, One UI 5 customers also can select which apps can ship notifications and block notifications from sure apps. Samsung has additionally redesigned the Safety Dashboard, which scans the cellphone for potential safety threats and points.
It appears like Samsung is working actually exhausting with the One UI 5 open beta program beginning a month earlier in comparison with the One UI 4 beta, which began rolling out someday in September final yr. These occupied with attempting out the One UI 5 open beta can accomplish that by registering by way of the Samsung Members app out there on Google Play Retailer.
We anticipate Samsung to share extra particulars about One UI 5 through the upcoming Samsung Unpacked occasion on August 10.