One UI 5.0 Beta program goes live for Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup

Samsung has been testing One UI 5 beta for the latest flagships for some time now. And recently a mid ranger also joined the list. The beta program for the Galaxy S20 model was not yet available. But finally, after a long wait, Samsung starts One UI 5.0 beta registration for Galaxy S20 in South Korea. Here’s all about the beta program.

A few days back we shared an expected list of Galaxy devices that may get the One UI 5.0 update by this year. And the Galaxy S20 didn’t make it to the list. But now that Samsung has started accepting beta registrations, anything can happen. You can expect the update by the first two months of next year.

Samsung has started One UI 5.0 beta registration for the Galaxy S20 in South Korea. And as we know it doesn’t take long for Samsung to expand the update to other regions, if you’re not in South Korea you don’t need to wait much longer.

One UI 5.0 is based on Android 13. The beta update for the Galaxy S22 brings a slew of new features and improvements. The recent One UI 5.0 beta 3 also brings fluid animations, and lock screen customization inspired by iOS 16 and GoodLock. And don’t forget the features of Android 13. Most of these changes will be the same for all Galaxy phones including Galaxy S20. So One UI 5.0 seems like a big upgrade for Galaxy users.

If you own Samsung Galaxy S20 then you can now register for the One UI 5 Beta program from the Samsung members app. A banner will appear in the Samsung Members app once the beta program is available in your region. You can also follow this guide to join the One UI 5 Beta program.

Samsung Galaxy S20 BTS edition users will not be able to join the beta program. Samsung officially shared this in the beta program post available in the Members app for users in South Korea.

As of now, only the registration is live. We could see the OTA update rolling out soon for users who have joined the beta program. Since it is going to be the first public beta there will be some bugs including major bugs. So register for the One UI 5 beta program only if you can ignore bugs or if you have Galaxy S20 as a secondary device.

Also before updating your device to One UI 5 beta, make sure to take a backup of your phone and charge it to at least 50%.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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