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Samsung brings Android 13 update for Galaxy S22 series, know what’s special

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Samsung has brought Android 13 update for the Galaxy S22 device.
Devices running One UI 5.0 beta will receive the 350MB software update.
Users can download the Android 13 update by going to their device’s Settings app.

New Delhi. South Korean smartphone brand Samsung is rolling out Android 13 update for the Galaxy S22 device in India. According to the report of SamMobile, Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S22+ and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra users in India are getting firmware version S90xEXXU2BVJA with October 2022 security patch. Devices running Samsung One UI 5.0 beta will receive the 350MB software update, while devices still running on One UI 4.1.1 will get the update in a larger size.

Samsung Galaxy S22, Samsung Galaxy S22+ and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra users can download the Android 13 update by going to their device’s Settings app. For this, they have to navigate to Software Update. After that download the update and tap on Install.

Features of Android 13
The Android 13 operating system comes with an Evolve look and style, which is built on the Material U theme. The latest operating system allows users to customize non-Google apps to match their phone’s wallpaper themes and colors. Apart from this, Google has added support for more languages ​​with Android 13. Through this, users can keep the phone’s system in one language and the phone’s app in a different language.

updated media player
Android 13 also comes with an updated media player that tailors the look and feel of the music or podcast it plays. For example, when you’re listening to music, the media player spotlights album artwork and has a playback bar that dances as you progress through a song. It also works for media opened through Chrome.

Will clear clipboard history
The operating system enables Android users to block any unnecessary access to their clipboard. If you copy sensitive data like your email address, phone number or login credentials to your device, Android will automatically clear your clipboard history after some time.

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