According to a report, Samsung Galaxy S21 FE owners in India are finally getting the Android 13 update with Samsung’s One UI 5.0 skin. The latest version of Google’s Android operating system has now been rolled out to smartphones in the country. Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series has received the update while the Galaxy S21 ‘Fan Edition’ handsets in India are still running on One UI 4, based on Android 12. Samsung has updated several smartphones The Galaxy A-Series and M-Series get Android 13, just a few months after Google rolled out the update for its Pixel smartphones.
According to one report by SamMobile, the One UI 5.0 update comes with firmware version G990EXU3DVK4, but does not include the November 2022 security patch. International variant of Galaxy S21 FE had take update last month and now users in India can also experience Android 13.
The update comes a few days after some smartphones in the Galaxy A series and US Galaxy series The lineup has received the Android 13 changelog. However, Samsung Galaxy S21 FE users in Canada, China, and the US will have to wait a while to receive the One UI 5.0 update, SamMobile reports said. more.
Samsung users will receive a customized skin version of the latest Android product, which brings a host of new features as part of the package. In addition to the performance boost, One UI 5.0 will also feature a redesigned lock screen, new gestures, and new app icons. Galaxy S21 FE users can come Setting > Software updates > Download and install to get One UI 5.0 update.
Notably, the Galaxy S21 series (S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra) take the Android 13 update along with the November 2022 security patch last month. The update is also extended to Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20 series of smartphones.
Samsung is committed to providing One UI 5.0 update to eligible devices in the Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Z, and Galaxy A series. Some models from the affordable Galaxy M series have received the same treatment. .
Galaxy S21 FE was launched in January 2022 with One UI 4 based on Android 12. Samsung officially launched One UI 5.0 at Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) in October, bringing this new operating system to its Galaxy S22 line of handsets for the first time. The South Korean tech giant has promised software updates for four years.