Samsung Galaxy M42 5G now gets UI 5.0 update based on Android 13 in India –

Samsung has been on a bender when it comes to rolling out the latest Android 13 update for its Galaxy phones. The South Korean tech giant is among the major smartphone companies that have rolled out the new One UI 5.0 update based on Android 13 for its Galaxy devices. Samsung has already made the update available for the flagship Samsung Galaxy S22 series and the Galaxy Z Fold 4 5G. The company is in the process of making its new Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update available for other eligible smartphones. The latest smartphone to get the new One UI update in India is the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G.

Also read: Samsung One UI 5.0 update tracker: Release date, main features, list of supported Galaxy smartphones and tablets

The device, which was launched in 2021, is now receiving the new Android 13 update. Samsung launched the smartphone in April 2021 in India with Android 11. The device then received the Android 12 update within a few weeks of launch. Samsung has now started rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update to the Galaxy M42 5G.

The new One UI 5.0 update rolling out (via) on the Galaxy M42 5G has the model number M426BXXU3CVK5. It also carries with it the November security patch. Users with a Galaxy M42 5G can go to Settings > Software update to see if they have received the new update. If not, you can expect your device to get the new One UI update in the coming days as it will roll out gradually.

We recommend that you back up your device data before downloading and installing the new One UI 5.0 update. It is also suggested to have a stable Wi-Fi connection while downloading the new update.

Characteristics of a 5.0 user interface

Samsung has made some visual changes by introducing new features in One UI 5.0. After installing the update, the notification panel is a bit duller than before. The new One UI update also brings minor improvements to Android’s color palette, which matches the system UI color based on the wallpaper.

In addition to this, Samsung has updated its native apps with new icons. The company also claims that the animations are smoother than previous versions. Samsung has added some customization options for users in One UI 5.0. Users can now set a different call background for each contact, add more wallpapers, or customize their lock screen.

The new Android update for Galaxy smartphones also introduces Optical Character Recognition (OCR), which allows users to copy text from images and paste it into other apps. The update also introduces stacked widgets on the home screen, similar to what can be seen in iOS 15 and later. There are quite a few features and you can click here to know more about them.

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