Updates For The Samsung Galaxy S20 And Note 20 Come With Android 13 And One UI 5.

Samsung Galaxy S20 And Note 20

Samsung says that Android 13 will be a major firmware update for the next Galaxy phones. This time, the phones will be the Galaxy S20 and Note 20. Some people got the update almost at the same time as the Galaxy S21 users, who were happy.

You can find out more about what the big update means for your devices in the videos and text modules that follow. Keep in mind that this kind of rollout always takes a little bit of time and that not every device is given out at once.

Switzerland and Germany are getting the One UI 5 update for the Galaxy S20 series (firmware version G98xBXXUFGVJE) and Galaxy Note 20 series (firmware version N98xxXXU5GVJE). Even though Samsung hasn’t made an official announcement, reports on our forums suggest that users have already started getting the update. The update includes all the new features in the stable One UI 5 release for the Galaxy S22 series as well as the Android security patches for October 2022.

This Is New To Android Version 13

The new version of Android is not as complete as the last one. Instead, Google has worked to improve and add to a few features that already exist. For example, Material You’s dynamic colours come in a lot more colour schemes. But things like the media player in Quick Settings will be improved, and the system will even have a QR code scanner built in.

The look and feel of Android 13 has changed from Material You. You can change the colours and themes of apps that aren’t from Google to match the wallpaper on your phone. This makes your home screen look more like you and fits your style.

We’ve added a highly requested feature for the many Android users who speak more than one language. You can give each app its own language so that your phone’s system can be in one language and each app can be in a different language.

The media player in Android 13 has been updated so that it changes based on the music or podcast you are listening to. When you listen to music, for example, the media player highlights the album art and has a playback bar that moves as you move through a song. It even works with Chrome media players.