Last month, Samsung released the One UI 5 public beta for the Galaxy S22 series. Since, then, the company has rolled out several beta builds for the Galaxy S22 lineup, allowing users to try the Android 13 beta on their devices prior to the stable rollout. The company also made the One UI 5.0 public beta available for the Galaxy S21 series in different market including India. Now, in a recent development, Samsung has released the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for its latest A-series mid-range smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A52.
One UI 5.0 Beta Program Available For Galaxy A52 In India
As per the details posted on Samsung’s community forums, Galaxy A52 users can now enroll for the One UI 5.0 beta program by heading to the Samsung Members app and clicking on the One UI 5 beta banner. Once the registration for the same is successful, users will receive the first One UI 5 beta update via an OTA update. The One UI 5.0 beta program is only available in India as of now. We can expect Samsung to extend the One UI 5 beta program for the Galaxy A52 in more markets in the coming few days.
The screenshot shared on Samsung’s community forum reveals that the One UI 5.0 update includes firmware version A525FXXU4ZVIC/A525FODM4ZVIC/A525FXXU4ZCIB. The update measures under 2GB and it brings in October Android 2022 security patch.
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Also Read: Samsung One UI 5.0 Update: Features List, Release Date, Compatible Phones & Tablets
The new Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update includes a new UI design, stacked widgets, design changes for the notification panel, new sound settings, a reorganized security dashboard, and much more. The One UI 5.0 also includes improved accessibility features, new Samsung Keyboard features, new DeX UI improvements, easier multitasking gestures, improved Digital Wellbeing design, and new RAM Plus customization.
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