Samsung recently started enrolling in One UI 5 beta for Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G owners in South Korea.
Although it may seem a long time ago, Samsung originally released the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G in 2020. When it was released, it was loaded with One UI 2.1 running Android 10. For the most part, Samsung is still Somewhat committed to it. Older devices, fortunately, both the original Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G will get support for Android 13 through One UI 5. Although it hasn’t yet reached devices around the world, the company has opened a private One UI 5 beta program By owners of the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Flip 5G in South Korea.
If you’re in the area, you can now sign up for a beta test. You can do this by downloading the Samsung Members app and registering the account you use on your mobile phone. Make sure that the account you are registering is the same as the Samsung account on your mobile phone. If it does not match, you will not be eligible to participate in the trial. By signing up, Samsung will notify you when One UI 5 beta is released. If you are a little impatient, you can also update the software update list to see if the beta version has arrived. Once it arrives, you can then upgrade to Android 13.
If you’re not familiar, Samsung’s One UI 5 beta builds on Android 13, which brings a lot of improvement, with support for themed app icons, support for multiple home screen layouts, updated media controls, and more. Of course, we don’t know what Samsung will include in the new update other than the usual updates that come standard with Android 13. But if we use the Galaxy S22 series One UI 5 update as an example, there’s a chance that it could include customizations like an improved Privacy Center, an improved UI, and multitasking gestures And more. Again, all this is unknown at the moment, so we will have to be patient and wait for its launch to verify.
Although arriving in South Korea first, the beta version should open to other regions in the near future. So just be patient and keep your eyes open, or just be sure to check XDA for the latest details.