Samsung could get inspired by Apple to make its upcoming One UI 5 announcement more futuristic

Recently, Apple introduced the brand new iOS 16 software system for iPhones at WWDC 2022. Interestingly, the US tech giant showcased various new iOS 16 features for Apple iPhone devices in detail that can be a lesson for Samsung to make the upcoming One UI 5 announcement futuristic.

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Every time, Samsung announces new versions of its custom Android skins through a normal newsroom post with confusing yet lesser information. Apple, on the other hand, is providing an outstanding experience to its consumers with detailed information on the new upcoming features.

Apple iOS 16 keynote has everything a smartphone owner expects from its beloved OEM starting with eligible models to dropped ones. While Samsung has already snatched Google’s Android upgrades authority, Apple is still a king on after-sales support as iPhones usually get five to six major iOS upgrades.

Further, Apple clearly mentioned a list of iPhones that will be getting the iOS 16 upgrade as soon as it goes public with the launch of the iPhone 14 series. The company has also noted the hardware/specifications requirements for select features such as the device dictation feature.

It also claims that iOS 16 enhances iPhone with all-new personalization features, deeper intelligence, and more seamless ways to communicate and share. No doubt, Samsung also introduces plenty of new features with new One UI generations, but it’s failed to showcase them in detail.

Just after the WWDC 2022 keynote & announcement, Apple published the official iOS 16 Preview website that has adequate detail about all new features and changes of the new operating system. Along with the text content, you can also see the user interface changes with official appearance screenshots.

According to reports, Samsung is going to launch its Android 13-based custom skin that will be the One UI 5.0 this year, and the Beta announcement might happen next month, while the Stable build will start to release for eligible models later this year.

Beside all these, we expect many improvements in Samsung’s next One UI announcement. As the Korean tech giant is leading the worldwide smartphone market with the highest shipments every year, it should hold a mega event to lift the veil on Android 13-based One UI 5.