Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 5.1 update to more smartphones. The interface based on Android 13 has been pushed to the Galaxy A52 5G, A22 5G, S10 Lite and Tab S6 Lite. Reports of the OS update surfaced on Samsung’s forums.
The Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone arrives in the final phase of its operating system update. From now on, it will only receive security patches every quarter — until full support ends in 2024. The original Galaxy S10 lineup went into legacy status this week.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet with the new operating system update is the SM-P619 model, released in 2022. It should be supported up to Android 14, scheduled to be released later this year.
The Galaxy A52 5G and Galaxy A22 5G were launched in 2021 and receive their third OS update. Previously, the One UI 5 interface was released for both models. The Galaxy A52 5G received Android 13 in January.
One UI 5.1 brings new customization options to Galaxy phones
One UI 5.1 will please anyone looking for more customization functions for their smartphone. Samsung’s interface allows the user to select different wallpapers for each mode of use and brings widgets to check the battery of the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch.
In photography improvements, the operating system, launched with the Galaxy S23 line, made Expert RAW more accessible. Now, the feature can be opened via the “Advanced” button of the camera app.
Samsung has created a family album, making it easy for you and your relatives and friends to share photos with each other.
Upgrading your Galaxy smartphone
If you have one of the aforementioned smartphones or tablets and want to update it, just follow the steps below.
- Access device settings;
- Click on “Software Update”, located at the bottom of the menu;
- Select the option “Download and install”;
- Follow the on-screen instructions.