Firmware News: Samsung releases new updates for upcoming One UI 5, Google brings Android 13 Beta 3.1 and more – Updateto | Hot Mobile Press

Want to know more about the firmware updates that made the headlines last week? Then you are surfing to the right destination. Sourcing brilliant information from the OEM industry, we’re ready to talk to some fascinating features. Stay tuned!

Devices lined up for today

Samsung

Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy A13 5G, Galaxy Note20

Google

Pixel Devices

Samsung

Samsung One UI 5 is ready to make an appearance. The transitions will reportedly be smoother than ever

There have been a number of exclusive reports over the last week. To name just one, we have something that has emerged from Sam Mobile’s official sources. It states that Samsung is currently working to “significantly improve existing UI navigation speeds. Not only that, the company will be tweaking the animation sections. All this is primarily aimed at a smoother and faster UI.

The fact that the use of displays with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and 120 Hz is becoming more common these days is no stranger to anyone. Because of this, it’s entirely justified to focus on delivering a more polished user experience. Dropped frames and wobble are never that exciting, and as we get closer to the future these glitches won’t be felt at all.

With that in mind, speculation about the One UI 5 release has started around the globe. Samsung is expected to include the seamless transition mechanism in the upcoming UI update. In case you remember, the latest UI that Samsung offers is the One UI 4.5. That being said, the One UI 5.0 encounter looks more pronounced next.

Samsung Galaxy S22 gets the June 2022 update, which focuses more on camera improvements

Beginning in the second week of June 2022, the Samsung Galaxy S22 will receive a performance update. The new update brings the June 2022 Android security patch to the Galaxy S22 Ultra; but that’s not the highlight. The very person currently in charge of Samsung’s camera team has exciting news. According to him, the new firmware includes all sorts of camera improvements that users could wish for.

Speaking of the update in general, the firmware weight is around 1.7 GB. The same currently applies exclusively to the devices in South Korea. In case you are reading someone from South Korea and haven’t received the update yet, a manual check can be of great help. Here’s how:

  • Start your device.
  • Go to the settings menu
  • Scroll down until you find something called Software Update.
  • Click on it to check if the update has reached your device.

Samsung rolls out Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for the Galaxy A13 5G in the US

Android 12

Announced in December 2022 with the Android 11 operating system, the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G is currently receiving the Android 12 update. The new firmware revolves around the latest version, One UI 4.1, and is exclusive to devices in the US. Don’t worry; The new firmware is set to hit the global stage sometime in the coming weeks.

If we talk about the details you should know about the update, the firmware is strictly tied to the carrier-locked Galaxy A13 5G units. Also to mention the firmware version, the new update package is marked as A136USQU2BVE9.

What’s new:

  • Includes the usual Android 12 goodies.
  • Besides Android 12 goodies, the new update One UI 4.1 Goodies includes Android Security Patch Level from May 2022.

In case you’re someone reading from the United States and haven’t received the update yet, a manual check can be of great help. Here’s how:

  • Start your device.
  • Go to the settings menu
  • Scroll down until you find something called Software Update.
  • Click on it to check if the update has reached your device.

The entire line of Samsung Galaxy Note20s boast brilliant camera improvements when the June 2022 update comes to shore

Samsung has started rolling out a new software update for its premium Galaxy Note20 series, including the Note20 Ultra, among other brilliant firmware releases. The update protects the June 2022 Android security patch, but the main attraction is the series of tweaks and improvements to the overall functionality of the cameras.

  • The overall stability of the device has been seamlessly improved.
  • After the update, the security of your device will be improved.
  • The functions of the camera have been optimized and expanded. There, the night portrait function has been brilliantly enriched.

The improvement to the night portrait feature introduced by Samsung is really fascinating. Speaking of the new build in general, the update is seeded with firmware version N98xU1UEU2FVEB. Keep in mind that it’s exclusive to the US market and is currently rolling out for the carrier-locked Note20 and Note20 Ultra devices.

Google is releasing another Android 13 beta (named 3.1) to fix a single issue

Firmware news for Android

Google recently released the third variant of Android 13 Beta 3. On Wednesday, June 8th, 2022, the new firmware for compatible Pixel devices was rolled out. Immediately after the release, complaints about the missing Android Beta Feedback app surfaced and started to worry some users. Do you know what Google did? Just two days later, another update was released to fix this problem.

The recipients of Android 13 Beta 3.1 are many. Yes, it’s now available for a range of Pixel devices including:

  • pixels 4
  • Pixel 4 XL
  • Pixel 4a
  • Pixel 4a 5G
  • pixels 5
  • Pixel 5a
  • Pixel6
  • Pixel 6 Pro.

A quick summary

  • Samsung One UI 5 is ready to make an appearance. The transitions will reportedly be smoother than ever
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 gets the June 2022 update, which focuses more on camera improvements
  • Samsung rolls out Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update for the Galaxy A13 5G in the US
  • The entire line of Samsung Galaxy Note20s boast brilliant camera improvements when the June 2022 update comes to shore
  • Google is releasing another Android 13 beta (named 3.1) to fix a single issue.

Wrap up

That includes today’s session. I hope you had a great time learning about the updates presented over the past week. Thank you for reading. Join us next week for more amazing updates just like the ones we covered today.

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