Earlier this month, Samsung released Android 13 update for the Galaxy S22 series, and now the update is coming to users in the United States.
As with most Samsung updates, it takes a few days for the Android 13 update to become available globally for all Galaxy S22 models. Android 13 was initially available in Asia and Europe, but now it’s expanding to the US and other countries.
Samsung is updating the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra in the US with Android 13. These include both Verizon and unlocked versions of each phone. Samsung unlocked smartphones tend to rank second in the US for major updates.
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One UI 5.0 comes with Android 13 for Samsung devices including the Galaxy S22, the latest version of Samsung’s skin over Android. New features are included in it. This includes “privacy discovery” when sharing photos, a new privacy and security dashboard similar to the one created by Google; a new lock screen with more customizable features as Apple did; a “Maintenance mode”, which hides user data when the smartphone is sent in for repair; and a new widget system. As part of the beta program, multi-user support was supposed to be added, but Samsung removed it.
What is the expected release date for Android 13 on the rest of the Galaxy devices?
In 2023, Samsung is likely to update its most recent and supported flagship devices within weeks, and its mid-range devices and regional exclusives throughout the year.