The S22 runs the fifth round with the Android 13 beta

No manufacturer is as diligent as Samsung when it comes to generational system updates, Apple aside. In quick succession, three One UI 5.0 beta packages for the Galaxy S22 family were launched in the places where the public can apply for testing and debugging, then came the fourth, and now the fifth is here.



So, Samsung and its community have found enough money to run another round polishing the software package based on Android 13, but the SamMobile according to him, there is still a good chance for the final release in October – unless the fresh error messages on Samsung’s servers are crowded, because then there is still some work left.


The S22 runs the fifth round with the Android 13

As for the content of the fifth beta, it fixes a couple of bugs related to volume, background and app switcher, while the fluidity of animations has also improved. However, the code has been removed for the time being Bixby Text Call option, which not only converts the voice of the incoming call into text with an AI algorithm in the supported languages, but also converts the text entered during the call back into sound for the other party. But it seems that this function still needs to be refined, and of course it won’t work in European any time soon.

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