Samsung Galaxy M32, F22 and A51 5G Now Receiving One UI 5 Update Based on Android 13

Samsung is expected to send update to all eligible devices by the end of this month.


Samsung has rolled out Android 13-based One UI 5 stable updates for the Galaxy F22, Galaxy M32 4G, and Galaxy A51 5G smartphones. Notably, the Galaxy F22 and Galaxy M32 4G devices come with M325FXXU4CVK6 and E225FXXU4CVK4 firmware versions. However, both budget-friendly devices bring the October 2022 security patch instead of November and December, while Galaxy A51 5G receives the Android security patch of December 2022 and the A516BXXU5EVL2 firmware version.

It is worth mentioning that Galaxy M32 LTE and the Galaxy F22 devices have received One UI 5.0 in India and other countries are expected to receive an update soon. On the other hand, the Galaxy A51 5G smartphone receives an update in Switzerland, France, the Nordic region, and some other European countries.

Samsung Galaxy M32 LTE And Galaxy F22 Android 13 Update: Details

The update is expected to improve the overall performance of the devices; however, to check the availability of the new update on the device, Indian customers have to check the software update section of the device and tap on the Download and install section. Also, it is suggested to back up all data before installing the new update.

The Galaxy M32 4G was launched with Android 11 and received Android 12 at the beginning of this year, which means this is the second time in the year that the smartphone gets an update.

For the unaware, the One UI 5 updates offer new modes, routines, per app language, notification permission, new lock screen customization, new wallpapers, stack widgets, improved app icons, improved performance, and smoother animations.

Samsung Galaxy A51 5G Smartphone Update: Details

The Samsung Galaxy A51 5G was launched with UI 2 based, which is based on Android 12 and the Android 13 update is currently available in Europe. You can also check the latest update via the settings sections on the phone.

The new update will offer bolder app icons, smoother animation, advanced customization options, 16 color palettes, a picture watermark feature, a histogram, a help guide in pro mode, enhanced food mode, enhanced editing tools, per app language, lockdown mode, stack widgets, extract text from images, easy multitasking, and the ability to disable RAM plus.

Last week, the smartphone company has rolled out a security update to several smartphones, including the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy A51 5G, Galaxy Z Flip, and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. It is worth noting that the company is continuously sending updates to its smartphones and tablets. In fact, the company is planning to bring an Android 13 update to all devices that comes on the eligible list.