Samsung is without a doubt the king of software updates, and that is not incorrect to say. The business has become so skilled at upgrades that it now embarrasses Google. Nearly all of the major Galaxy devices have recently received the One UI 4.1 update from Samsung. Currently, it appears that the firm is getting ready to introduce the flagship Galaxy S22 Series with the beta version of One UI 5.0, which is based on Android 13.
The most recent build of the Galaxy S22 has been spotted in South Korea, suggesting that Samsung has started developing the Android 13 beta version for the Galaxy S22 series of devices (Via TizenHelp). S906NKSU2ZVF6 is the name of the beta firmware that was discovered.
Given recent events, it won’t come as a surprise if Samsung launches its beta testing programme in July of next year. One of the first smartphones to receive a taste of the new beta build is the Galaxy S22 series, which consists of the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra. But someday, other flagship phones will come around.
The beta software for the Galaxy S22 will soon be available to users in Europe thanks to recent modifications Samsung made to its firmware policies.
The OS is still being developed, hence the release date of Android 13 has not yet been disclosed. But according to a schedule Google released, a stable release is anticipated for August 2022. The third Android 13 beta has not yet been made available by Google.