Last week, it was reported that Samsung had delayed the launch of the One UI 5.0 beta update for the Asian markets including India and China as it was working on some cosmetic changes in its new custom software skin. Now, Samsung has finally released the second One UI 5.0 beta update in India and the UK. The South Korean smartphone maker has reportedly seeded the second One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series devices such as the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Gets Second One UI 5.0 Beta Phase Update In India
The new One UI 5.0 beta update arrives with the firmware version ending with ZVHK and it has a download size of 2970.3MB. If you are interested in trying out the One UI 5.0 beta software on your Galaxy S22 series, you will have to enroll your unit by installing the Samsung Members app on your phone, click the One UI 5.0 beta banner on the home page, and tap the Enrol button. Once enrolled, head over to Settings > Software update, and then tap on Download and install to install the new software.
As for the changes, the new One UI 5.0 beta update offers refreshed icons for stock Samsung apps, fixes a few bugs, and brings performance improvements. The update also contains the addition of Bixby Routine Life Style Modes, a new Smart Suggestions Widget, a Maintenance Mode that protects your data on the device when it is being taken in for repairs, and a “Privacy Detection” feature that lets users know when they are about to share some sensitive information. Furthermore, the second One UI 5.0 beta also fixes problems related to shared links, S Pen’s breakdown, and issues with the home screen.
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Now that the One UI 5.0 beta program is available for users in India and the UK, we can expect Samsung to release the One UI 5.0 for the other markets in the coming weeks. Have you tried the One UI 5.0 beta software on your Galaxy S22 series unit? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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