After rolling out Android 13 based One UI 5 to a bunch of its devices this month, Samsung has rolled out the update for two more phones. The two phones that make it to the list are the Galaxy M23 5G and the Galaxy A12 Nacho. Read on to know what’s new in the Android 13 update for both the Galaxy.
Galaxy A12 Nacho and Galaxy M23 5G are both entry level phones and are available in different regions. Of the two, the Galaxy M23 5G is the latest device released earlier this year with Android 12 OS by default. And so this is the first major update for the device. While Galaxy A12 Nacho was launched last year with Android 11 OS. The device later received the Android 12 update. And so Android 13 is the second major update for the device.
The Android 13 and One UI 5 update for Galaxy A12 Nacho and Galaxy M23 5G is rolling out in Europe first. It will be available in other regions soon. Galaxy A12 Nacho (SM-A127F) Android 13 update comes with build number A127FXXU7CVL2. And Galaxy M23 5G Android 13 update is available with build number M236BXXU1BVK5.
Coming to the interesting part is the new features that this update brings to these two Galaxy phones. Yes, this is a major update so you can expect some pretty good features including big ones. Some of the new features include new lock screen customization, set of new wallpapers, new stock app icons, more color styles for Material You, per app language option, improved privacy and security, and the list goes on. You can check the changelog on this page. Along with new features and changes expect the security patch upgrade too.
If you are a Galaxy M23 5G or Galaxy A12 Nacho user in Europe, the update could show up anytime on your device. This is a batch rollout so some users might get the update early while some have to wait longer.
If you noticed you aren’t getting the OTA update notification you can check for the update manually. To do that go to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. The update will show up once it’s available.
Don’t forget to back up your data and charge your phone to at least 50% before upgrading.