Samsung One UI 5 Is Ready For Open Beta For Galaxy S22 Series

For now, the open beta is only available for the United States, Germany, and South Korea. Other regions will follow in the coming months.
(credit: Samsung)

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.

If you have been daily driving a Galaxy S22 and you can’t wait for the next One UI to drop, we have a good news for you.

Samsung just launched its One UI 5 open beta programme, which will be first accessible for the Galaxy S22 series in the US, Germany, and South Korea.

(credit: Samsung)

You now have access to up to 16 pre-set colour schemes depending on their wallpaper, as well as an additional 12 colour options for their home screens, icons, and quick panels.

Also, you may save space and give your home screens a cleaner, more ordered appearance by stacking widgets of the same size in one spot on their home screens (applies to widgets that are minimum 2 x 1).

Notifications getting annoying? You can now block alerts from particular apps more easily, limiting the notification feed to what is important to you.

(credit: Samsung)

The new update also makes it simpler to adjust sound and vibration settings thanks to restructured menus that give quick access to all ringtone volumes and vibration intensities. The preferred language for various apps may now be customised for the first time (depending on the apps).

(credit: Samsung)

One UI 5 comes with a redesigned icon in Pro and Pro Video mode that provides helpful advice on how to utilise the different lenses, features, and settings, you can shoot high-quality photographs and video more easily. Additionally, a more responsive zoom bar allows for speedier close-ups and makes it simpler to focus with only one hand.

There is also a new dashboard that allows you to check your phone’s security status, indicates whether there are security concerns, and offers solutions.

To make using your devices easier for you, there are more accessibility choices. You can view and read content on your devices more clearly thanks to the Magnifier function, and several spoken help features, such spoken keyboard input and audio descriptions of videos, are also available.

The updates don’t end with these, according to Samsung, and there will be more in the coming months. One UI 5 releases in other territories are on the pipeline and when it will arrive in Malaysia is not specified by the company in any way.

Share your thoughts with us via TechTRP's Facebook, Twitter and Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates.

Previous Post

BNM Says Not To Worry About The iPay88 Potential Data Breach, Yet

Next Post

Cradle Collaborates With Microsoft To Enhance MYStartup with Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub

Related Posts