According to Samsung, quick updates will continue into next year. Android 14 will be released even faster than Android 13 this year, the company says.
For those unaware, the Google Pixel series of smartphones are the first to receive Google’s new Android OS. After the update is released, companies rush to update their offerings, which also usually run a custom skin over Android. The latest Unicode 15 emoji were made available to Galaxy users before they even arrived on Pixel phones with Samsung’s Android 13 OS based One UI 5.0 update.
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South Korean tech giant Samsung has also been rolling out its Android 13 update quickly, with most of its higher-end phones and Galaxy Tab S8 tablets receiving the update. One UI 5.0 will now be released prior to Android 13 release, according to the company in a new press release. Software upgrades have improved significantly with Android 13.
We can expect Samsung phones to be one of the first to receive new Android operating system builds, since it typically takes a couple of months before an update reaches phones that aren’t Pixels. In the early days of smartphones, Samsung users had to wait quite a while before getting the latest Android update, but that has changed.