Samsung has taken its smartphone offering to a new level with the arrival of the Galaxy S23 series, running on the latest One UI 5.1 skin which is based on Android 13. The tech giant is now pushing out this software to users in Europe who have the Galaxy S20, S21 and S22 series, including Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. This rollout is set to be extended to many more countries in the near future.
If you own a Galaxy S22, the latest software update will come with the build number S90xBXXU3CWAI. For Galaxy S21 owners, the firmware version is G99xBXXU6EWAF and those with a Galaxy S20 will get the new software edition with the version G98xxXXUFHWAK. This update contains security boosts and patches for the most recent security patch.
The One UI 5.1 update is sizeable, clocking in at around 1.5GB for the Galaxy S21 5G and 2GB for the Galaxy S22 Ultra. This new release brings with it a host of features and improvements, such as a fresh battery widget, family sharing via the Gallery app, rapid access to the Expert RAW camera tool, better AR emojis and AR zone, plus refinements to core applications like Samsung Notes and Samsung Internet.
Receiving the update should only be a matter of time if you own one of these eligible handsets – simply check your device’s Settings > Software Upgrade > Download and Install menu. If you’re eager to get hold of it right away, you can manually download and install it on your device yourself. You can download the firmware manually by following our guide: Where and how to download Samsung Galaxy stock firmware
Finally, Samsung has successfully rolled out the Android 13 update for its previous generation Galaxy devices, and now comes the One UI 5.1 upgrade to bring even more added features for older phones. Whether you are an owner of a Galaxy S20, S21 or S22 series phone, in no time you will be able to experience all of the new and enhanced functions this update brings.