Samsung One UI 5.0

Samsung (Android 13) One UI 5.0 will officially debut on August 12

So finally, it’s now officially confirmed that Samsung will unveil the new Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software on October 12 at the annual developer conference at Moscone North in San Francisco. The company revealed that the Samsung Developer Conference 2022 will begin on October 12, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. PT.

In addition to the in-person event at Moscone North in San Francisco, Samsung will also let users attend the unveiling of its new software via YouTube and official social handles. At the SDC 2022 keynote, Hyun Kim, the head of Samsung’s Core UX group, will elaborate on the new features of One UI 5.0.

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Ahead of the SDC22 keynote, Samsung revealed that the new “One UI 5.0 takes personalization and productivity to the next level.” During the keynote, Samsung will introduce official new features that will allow you to create a “Galaxy experience that reflects your personal style.”

Samsung is currently running the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series devices. So far, we’ve expected the stable One UI 5.0 to start releasing sometime in mid-October, and the SDC now confirms the speculation.

Samsung One UI 5.0

Stable One UI 5.0 rollout on October 12?

Presumably, Samsung will start rolling out the new One UI 5.0 upgrade for Galaxy S22 series consumers during the keynote event at SDC on October 12. If it doesn’t, we’re dreaming of getting Samsung’s official version of Android 13 later. month.

Samsung Developer Conference

The Samsung Developer Conference (aka SDC) is an annual event where the Korean giant unveils its latest software advances that aim to create the future of connecting smart, secure and personal. It’s SDC 2022, and Samsung invites everyone to discover its extensive ecosystem of powerful, next-level technology.

Hyun Kim

Hyun Kim leads over 150 designers and as head of the Core UX group has been instrumental in setting the design direction for One UI. With quite an impressive work experience, he has led projects for phones, PCs and watches ranging from Samsung Pay and SmartThings to augmented reality and photo and video viewing and editing.

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