One UI 5 based on Android 13 for Samsung smartphones will look like this

Deepak Gupta July 11, 2022
Updated 2022/07/11 at 2:41 PM

Samsung has in One UI its user interface for its smartphones, with Android as a base. The One UI 5 version should be released later this month, but the first images have already started to appear on the internet.

See what the new One UI 5 based on Android 13 will look like.

Samsung is expected to release the official beta version of its One UI 5 later this month. Prior to its release, Max Weinbach of 9to5Google already had access to the software and shared some information.

The One UI, according to the information shared, will have come from a source close to Samsung and as it is not yet an official version, it may be limited in terms of features presented.

The shared screenshot images actually show that there is not much new in One UI 5 compared to what is currently known. We see some minor changes to the interface, including new notification icons and changes to the notification shadow.

One UI 5 based on Android 13 for Samsung smartphones will look like this

Samsung has also revamped the security and privacy hub to put all accounts, passwords, security and other privacy features on one screen. There is an option for a security check which will look for anything that abuses the application's permissions. There will also be a recommendation of security settings that the user may want to activate.

One UI 5 based on Android 13 for Samsung smartphones will look like this

The standard Android permission dialogs should start to be used. This information could reveal that there are still details that Samsung is still fine-tuning to create its own permission boxes.

One UI 5 based on Android 13 for Samsung smartphones will look like this

Samsung seems to have also turned a Bixby function into a One UI 5 feature. OCR (Optical Character Recognition) has been added to the Gallery app and keyboard, which is the ability to copy text from photos. In addition, One UI 5 will also bring some new gestures for multitasking.

Some minor software changes include a new collaboration feature in Samsung Notes, a preview of the currently active app in quick settings, device image on the About Phone page, and UWB toggle in settings.

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