One UI 5.0 Update Timeline for Samsung Phones Out: Here’s When Eligible Galaxy Devices in India Get Latest Android 13-Based Update

Samsung has revealed all the Galaxy smartphones and tablets that will be updated to OneUI 5.0 version. Here's the complete list.

Samsung has officially released the stable One UI 5.0 update to the Samsung Galaxy S22 series of smartphones after months of testing the best version of One UI 5.0. The company has now also revealed when the Galaxy smartphones and tablets would receive the One UI 5.0 update.

Only the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S22+, and Samsung Galaxy S22 have received the update. The next set of updates will be pushed to most smartphones in December. Here is the complete list of smartphones getting the One UI 5.0 update, along with the timeline of the update.

Samsung One UI 5.0: Eligible Devices

Samsung Galaxy Z Series

Model ETA
Galaxy Z Fold4 December 2022
Galaxy Z Flip4 December 2022
Galaxy Z Fold3 5G December 2022
Galaxy Z Flip3 5G December 2022
Galaxy Z Fold2 5G/LTE December 2022
Galaxy Z Flip December 2022

Samsung Galaxy S Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra November 2022
Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus November 2022
Samsung Galaxy S22  November 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S20+ December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S20 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S20 FE December 2022
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite December 2022

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite December 2022

Samsung Galaxy Tab Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 February 2023
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite January 2023
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE December 2022
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite December 2022

Samsung Galaxy A Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy A73 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A72 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A71 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A52 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A51 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A33 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A32 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy A12 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy A13 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy A22 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy A22 5G January 2023
Samsung Galaxy A23 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy A03 February 2023
Samsung Galaxy A23 5G February 2023
Samsung Galaxy A03s March 2023
Samsung Galaxy A04 March 2023
Samsung Galaxy A04s March 2023

Samsung Galaxy M Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy M32 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy M32 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy M52 5G December 2022
Samsung Galaxy M12 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy M53 5G January 2023
Samsung Galaxy M13 February 2023
Samsung Galaxy M13 5G February 2023

 

Samsung Galaxy F Series

Model ETA
Samsung Galaxy F62 December 2022
Samsung Galaxy F22 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy F42 5G January 2023
Samsung Galaxy F12 January 2023
Samsung Galaxy F13 February 2023
Samsung Galaxy F23 5G February 2023

 

One UI 5.0: Key features

 

Lock screen customisation

OneUI 5 lock screen customisation

Samsung has provided lock screen customisations for a long time, with Good lock, but it has been limited in features and regions. With One UI 5.0, the lock screen customisations are put at the forefront.

With iOS 16, Apple added heavy customisations on the lock screen. It has prompted Samsung to add more customisations to the lock screen now.

Just like iOS 16, there are different clock faces available for you to choose from. There are six fonts to choose from and different backgrounds. It also has the option to select your videos to set as background. To start the customisations, you can press and hold on to the lock screen to enter the lock screen customisation.

More Material You

OneUI 5 material you

Samsung is embracing Material You design language even more. You are now provided up to 16 preset colour themes based on the wallpaper. Once you set a new wallpaper, One UI 5.0 will show you various colour palettes with colours extracted from the wallpaper. You can select one of these choices or choose any plain colours from the wallpaper.

Stackable widgets

OneUI 5 stacked widgets

One UI 5.0 lets you stack widgets over one another. You can simply drag and drop one widget over the other, turning it into a stacked widget.

Multitasking gestures

OneUI 5 multitasking

Android 13 has made it harder to access the split screen, but Samsung is going the opposite way. With the new gesture, accessing multi-tasking is easier than ever: swiping up from the bottom with two fingers pulls up a split-screen multitasking page. Similarly,

Extract text from images.

The new extract text from images feature on One UI 5.0 lets you copy tests from any photo or screenshot and paste them anywhere you want. When you’re in the Gallery app, you can copy the text from the images by clicking on the yellow ‘T’ button on the bottom right side of the screen to extract the text from any photos. It will let you copy any test shown in the pictures.

How to update your Samsung phone to the latest version?

Here are the steps to update your Samsung phone to the latest One UI 5.0 version:

  1. Go to the ‘Settings app on your phone.
  2. Scroll down and select ‘Software Update.
  3. If an update is available, you will see the option to ‘Download and Install’.
  4. Click on it, and the update will start downloading. It will be installed once it is downloaded.

Which Samsung phone will not get One UI 5.0 update?

We have listed all the phones eligible for One UI 5.0 update above. The phones not on the list will not be upgradable to One UI 5.0, either due to being older or out of update cycles or for featuring an older version of Android.

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Abhijith writes about smartphones, wearables, audio and more at MySmartPrice. He is based out of Kerala. He has been writing about Tech since 2013, on his own blog. He also used to host a YouTube channel about phones. Other than Tech, he is into Formula 1, Wrestling, various TV shows and buying Kindle books that he barely reads.