One UI 5.0 Beta Program Released For Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 & Fold 3 In US, UK & South Korea

After the Galaxy S22 series, S21 seriesS20 series, and Galaxy A52 smartphones, Samsung has finally started rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta program for Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 flagship foldable smartphone users in various countries.

Samsung recently started the One UI 5.0 Beta update for Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 in South Korea and the UK. Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has now begun rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta program for Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 flagship foldable smartphone users in the US. 

According to the information, the One UI 5.0 Beta program is currently available only for carrier-unlocked models of these foldable devices in the US, and the T-Mobile-locked devices could also receive it very soon in the coming days. Read more Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Gets October 2022 Security Update

Corresponding smartphone users can change to experience the new features and uncountable improvements, and lots of customization functions before the public rollout. Now, the compatible device owners are able to apply for the One UI 5.0 Beta program via the Samsung Member app.

According to the Changelog, The beta update introduced a dozen of new features and improvements. It brings Android 13’s Color Palette feature that offers 16 color-themed icons for Samsung, Google, and third-party apps. In addition, This update brings multitasking features, including RAM Plus, Galaxy Themes, App edge panel, spoken assistance, Lockdown mode, stackable widgets, new calling features, and more. Read more Samsung Galaxy S21 FE & S20 series Get October 2022 Security Update

How To Update:

Firstly, launch the Samsung Member app, then you will see the One UI Beta Program banner on the home page and tap on it. Now, simply tap on the Register button and fill in all mandatory information and hit on the enroll button.

After completing the enrollment process, you can check this update on your Galaxy device’s Settings a few minutes later. Now, navigate to Settings, go to the bottom and select the Software update section; once done, hit the Download and install button to finish the process.

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