Galaxy S21 One UI 5.0 (Android 13) beta update is now available in the UK

A few weeks after releasing the One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22, Samsung opened the One UI 5.0 beta program for the Galaxy S21 in South Korea. Now this new major software update is also available for the Galaxy S21 series in the UK.

The One UI 5.0 beta update based on Android 13 is rolling out to the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra in the UK. The update carries the firmware version. G99xBXXU5ZVHE and has a download size of 1,957.47 MB. the update is available for unlocked models of the Galaxy S21 series smartphones.

How to register your Galaxy S21 in One UI 5.0 beta program?

If you are a Galaxy S21 series user in the UK and want to try the One UI 5.0 beta update, you need to install the Samsung Members app on your device and sign in to the app with your Samsung account.

Once you’ve signed in to the app, tap on the Galaxy S21 One UI 5.0 beta program banner and register your device. Once you’re signed up for the One UI 5.0 Beta program, you’ll start receiving the Android 13 update within minutes.

Samsung Galaxy S21 One UI 5.0 Beta Update Changelog

What’s new in the Galaxy S21 Android 13 (One UI 5.0) beta update?

The update brings an improved color palette feature, stacked widgets, separate call backgrounds for each contact, subscription notifications for each app, per-app language settings, and improved performance.

The update also brings the ability to edit the collection of lock screen wallpapers, customization of the space bar row on the Samsung keyboard, improved sound and vibration settings, and the ability to extract text from images or directly to text. through the camera. There is a separate section called Connected Devices in the Settings app.

Samsung has also improved the layout of notifications and quick settings changes. The company improved the user interface of Samsung DeX, started multitasking in parallel with new gestures and physical keyboard shortcuts. Search within the My Files app has been improved and you can now search for information within images and documents.

The design of the Digital Wellbeing section has also improved. The Bedtime Mode feature has been moved from the Clock app to the Bixby Routines app. Samsung has simplified Bixby Routines through the Modes feature. There are easier to discover preset Bixby routines and more actions and conditions for routines.

Samsung has added more emojis, improved emoji pairs and AR Emojis, kaomoji, and the ability to add any image as an emoji background in Mask and Scene modes. You can edit GIF files, add stickers to Google Calendar, and create stickers from any image. Bixby now works on the device, making it faster.

Samsung has also improved the camera app. It’s now easier to zoom with one finger, easily switch back to Photo mode, and use the telephoto camera in Food mode. The stories have also improved. Samsung has also improved the filters in the Camera, Photo Editor and Video Editor apps.

The South Korean firm has also improved the security, privacy, and performance of the Galaxy S21 series with the One UI 5.0 beta update. Animations and transitions have also improved. It’s also easier to take a look at your phone’s security and privacy status. Accessibility and emergency features have also been improved.

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