Samsung continues the excellent run for Android 13 and One UI 5. The latest Android 13 based One UI 5 is now available for two more phones. Galaxy Quantum 2 and Galaxy F42 5G are now joining the Android 13 list. The update was expected for both of these in early December, but as we all know Samsung is well ahead of schedule, the update is going live early for most Samsung Galaxy.
Android 13 is the latest OS for Android phones and is available for Galaxy phones via the One UI 5 update. In the last one month, Samsung released the One UI 5 update for many phones. Samsung is planning to complete the One UI 5 rollout by this year and it looks like the OEM will soon achieve its goal.
Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 is a device available in South Korea only. And is now getting its second major update in South Korea with build number A826SKSU2DVK2. And the Galaxy F42 is an Asia exclusive phone which was released with Android 11 update. So the Android 13 is the second update also for the Galaxy F42. Galaxy F42 One UI 5 update is rolling out in India with build number E426BXXU3CVKC.
The Android 13 based One UI 5 is a major update for both phones, so expect update around 2GB or even more. So make sure to use WiFi for downloading the update.
Coming to changes, the new update comes with a long list of new features. Some of the main features that One UI 5 are the new lock screen customization, new wallpapers, improved animations, new and bigger widgets, tweaked app icons, more color palettes, per app language preference, notification permission, improved privacy and security, and more. Well, there are many other changes that you can check on this page.
If you are a Galaxy F42 5G or a Galaxy Quantum 2 user, you can expect the OTA update soon if you haven’t already. If you don’t receive update notifications, you need to manually check for the updates frequently. To check for the update, go to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.
Before upgrading your phone, make sure to backup all your important data and charge your phone to at least 50%.