After Galaxy S22 series, Samsung is now releasing the latest One UI 5.0 version for its previous year’s flagship models. In the new report, the company has distributed a major Android 13 version for older devices. The last year’s Galaxy S21, S21+ & S21 Ultra, previous Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Note 20 & Note 20 Ultra phones have received new updates. It is the first time that Samsung has released major software versions for any Galaxy device.
In the early morning, Galaxy S21 received its new version, and now the remaining models are getting it in different regions. With this trend, we can assume other devices including mid-range devices will soon get the update.
The firmware version N98*BXXU5GVJE has been released for Note 20 series. The Galaxy S20 series gets the G98*FXXUFGVJE firmware number. And the Galaxy S21 series receives the G99*BXXU5DVJC firmware number.
In Android 13, users can notice speedy UI, improved animation, changed notifications, call backgrounds as per contacts, advanced Wi-Fi, secured files, seamless sharing, more settings to Samsung Keyboard, and lots of changes.
All these firmware updates are available to download in European countries. In no time, Samsung will open it for the remaining countries, and within two weeks, it will reach the US. You can visit the Settings – Software Update- Download and Install option on the phone to see the pending update.