Again this year, after the release of Android 13, Android manufacturers will have to compete with Google when it comes to rollout. Samsung is at the forefront again.
More recently, the company announced at its own developer event that it intends to deliver Android 13 with One UI 5 to the first Galaxy smartphones in early October. First, there are three Galaxy S22 models.
Samsung recently officially announced One UI 5 at an event, which is based on Android 13 and presents all the innovations.
This is new in Android 13
The new Android version is less comprehensive than its predecessor. Instead, Google tried to improve and extend some of the existing features. For example, MaterialU’s Dynamic Color has many more color palettes. But things like a media player will also be improved in Quick Settings and even a QR code scanner will be integrated directly into the system!
Google limits external apps’ access to files and media, expands data protection/privacy functions, no longer allows apps to automatically deliver notifications, better controls the clipboard, allows other languages on a per-app basis, and improves multitasking. There are also some innovations for Pixel Launcher.
Android 13 is the launch of Google Wallet, bringing the game dashboard to non-Google Pixel devices. Additionally, seamless synchronization between your devices is planned. If you copy something to your phone, it’s immediately available on your tablet. Bluetooth LE is fully integrated and spatial audio is supported.
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