Samsung Promises to Offer Regular Phone Updates From Next Year

The Galaxy S22 series got the first One UI 5 upgrade over Android 13 on 24 October. This was roughly two months after Android 13’s release. Samsung has updated several products since then.

So, the rollout of One UI 5 was the fastest it had ever been for Samsung. It was also pretty impressive how the Korean company tried to cover as many devices as possible and not just focus on a few flagships this year and leave the mid-range devices for 2023.

Even now, it wants to do even better next year. Samsung shared a post in Korea and bragged about how rapidly it brought One UI 5 to as many devices as possible and promised to provide future versions even sooner and to more devices.

It is pertinent to mention here that Samsung moved from one of the worst Android original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for updates to one of the best in a gap of a few years, which is definitely good news for its consumers.

Samsung also claimed that the Galaxy A52s 5G and Galaxy A32 will get One UI 5 with Android 13 by the end of this year, while Galaxy Z Fold2 will also get this update. In addition, the new software will be available for all Galaxy S20 and Note20 phones globally in the last week of this month.


  • The US fined Samsung half a billion dollars for stealing Apple’s intellectual property or IP. Then, recently they proceeded with asking Samsung to build manufacturing plants in the US. The conclusion is that only they get to steal the IP of others. And when others make technological progress, they’re accused of stealing IP, instead. So, the take home message is that when they steal, no one will hear about it. And when others don’t steal, it’s theft anyway. Nice methodology to boost your self esteem. Had they worked even slightly as hard at boosting their rockets, they wouldn’t have made a decades-long plan to go to the moon. They would’ve actually stepped foot on the celestial body in 1969. But they didn’t. They were too busy living in a fantasy world. No one believed it except the Soviets. Their own people got bothered about being called conspiracy theorists or believers of the Moon hoax theory. So they stopped. But today, it’s hard to deny that it’s not a theory. It’s a fact.


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