The stable release of One UI 5 started rolling out today for the Galaxy S22 series (at least those powered by Exynos). A long list of Galaxy phones is also in the beta program, squashing bugs before they receive the new software in its stable version.
In what ways does One UI 5 differ from its predecessors? There is a two-minute video that explains what’s new in Samsung’s newest user interface.
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With the new customization features, you can get your phone (and watch) looking exactly how you want it. Stacking widgets on your home screen also saves space.
In addition, there is a new taskbar for larger screens (like, for example, the Galaxy Fold). In addition, One UI 5 integrates Privacy and Security controls into one screen with automatic alerts if something suspicious occurs.
Check out One UI 5’s official website for more information.