Samsung initiates One UI 5.0 beta for Galaxy Note 20 series

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Samsung finally took the covers off its One UI 5.0 customized skin at the SDC’22. So far, the Android 13-based beta build is available for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, and Galaxy A52. Now that the company has detailed the skin iteration, the beta version is live for the Galaxy Note 20 series.

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As of now, the availability of the One UI 5.0 Beta program for the Galaxy Note 20 series is limited to the US for unlocked models. The company can soon expand the package to more markets in the coming days.

As for changes, the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 will play around with the Material You theme. It will provide more customization options and other features. This includes new multi-tasking gestures, smoother animations, improved privacy, stacked widgets, tweaked notification icons, Optical Character Recognition, and much more.

Interested users in the USA can flash the beta build on their phones and try out the new features before the official release. To enroll in the beta program, follow the below steps:

How to flash One UI 5.0 Beta?

To download the One UI 5.0 beta on your device, download the Samsung Members app and follow the below steps:

  • Visit the Notification Page and click on the Register for One UI Beta Program link
  • After that, Accept the terms and conditions.
  • Now, go to the device’s Settings > gear icon > Download and install.
  • Lastly, submit the feedback via the Samsung Members app.

Note: The beta updates are loaded with bugs and glitches that can hinder the user experience. Therefore, we do not recommend you flash it on your primary phone.

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Before flashing the package, keep in mind that the beta updates are loaded with bugs and glitches that can hinder the user experience. Therefore, we do not recommend you flash it on your primary phone. Lastly, we can expect the Galaxy Note 20 series to pick up the One UI 5.0 stable update in a couple of months.

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