Samsung does not stop and continues with the distribution A user interface 5 related to Android 13: Today it is the turn of two more leaflets, viz Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5Gbut also to the mid-range smartphone Samsung Galaxy A72. Updates in rollout also for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, but unfortunately this is not the new version of the robot. Let’s find out everything announcements arrive.
Android 13 update news Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G
Let’s start with the two brochures that are about to receive the ad update Android 13 with the A user interface 5. Samsung seems really looking to wrap up the rollout of the robot’s latest distribution within the year given the pace it’s keeping up, and today is the day Galaxy Z Fold2 5G and Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The first is always firmware F916BXXU2IVK3 starting in the UK, which includes everything new in Android 13 along with that November 2022 security patch. The second rushes ahead of its 4G brother (presumably by a couple of hours) with firmware F707BXXU7IVK6which will also be distributed in Italy with the November 2022 patch.
In addition to the security fixes that announcements include advanced customization options (with richer color palettes, dynamic themes with larger icons, improved contrast and gradients), new improved animations and transition effects, new blur effects, new clock styles (for the screen, which is now easier to edit, and more), new settings for wallpaper selection, customizable caller screens, advanced routines, sleep mode, stackable widgets, new gestures for multiscreen and minimize in window, new connected devices menu in settings, new camera and gallery app, bigger notifications, new incoming call popup and more.
According to the roadmap published by Samsung for Europe, both devices are said to have received Android 13 in December 2022, as well as the smartphone below. This puts the manufacturer ahead of schedule. Barring surprises, this is the latest major update for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G: only security patches should be arriving from now on.
Samsung Galaxy A72 Android 13 update news
Likewise Samsung Galaxy A72 should have gotten Android 13 and A user interface 5 in December, but apparently the producer is moving faster. The smartphone actually welcomes the firmware A725FXXU4CVJB starting from Russia, along with November 2022 security patch. That announcements are more or less the same as described above, including new customization options for themes, icons, menus, wallpapers, lock screen and more, stackable widgets, new animations with improved transition effects, the new menu for connected devices in the system settings and much more.
The Galaxy A72 came out with Android 11 and for it it is therefore the second major update: based on what was promised, it should end with Android 14.
New updates for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
Unfortunately no Android 13 for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, which should stay at Android 12 with the current version of One UI (unlike the later released Galaxy Note 10 Lite model). This does not mean that the manufacturer has given up on the two smartphones: sales of them continue these days Security patch October 2022, Also in Italy. The rollout started last month, but has apparently been a bit slow.
The N97*FXXS8HVJ1 firmware is coming soon, including fixes for vulnerabilities from last month’s patches. Recently, the two smartphones have been moved from the list of monthly updated models to the list of devices that receive updates every three months.
How to update Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy A72, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+
The updates mentioned above, with or without Android 13, are being distributed in these hours, but it is said that they are not yet available in Italy and on your smartphone. To check for updates via OTA and install them, you can go to the system settings and the path “Settings > Software updates > Download and install“. If this fails, you can try again after a few hours.
Also read: Samsung Galaxy A72 review