Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has become the latest Galaxy phone series to bag the latest Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update. After receiving the update, it has become the third series to bag the Android 13 update. The update has previously been rolled out for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Series and Samsung Galaxy S21 Series. As already known, once Samsung begins the rollout, it hardly takes time for all the devices to bag the new update. As the update has already started the mass update, this is going to be a busy week for the OEM and Galaxy users. The One UI 5.0 update for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has started rolling out in Switzerland. The update comes with the firmware version N98xBXXU5GVJE and it is a major update.
Changelog for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has started receiving the new One UI 5.0 update and it comes with the version number N98xBXXU5GVJE. Since this is a major OS update, ensure that you’ve got ample data available to download the new firmware on your smartphone. The update will also bump up the Android security patch to October 2022 while addressing many known issues.
As for the features, Samsung is pushing the latest On UI 5.0 update with numerous new features, including faster animations, new wallpapers, lock screen personalization features, new modes and routines, widget stacking, smoother animations, improved multitasking, and more.
Download and install the One UI 5.0 Update for Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
In case you are a Samsung Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Note 20 Ultra user in Switzerland, you should be on the lookout for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update as you’ll be receiving it anytime in the coming days. You can also manually check for the update by following these simple instructions –
- Simply navigate to the Settings
- Look for the Software Update option
- Tap on Download and Install the update
- Reboot your device and once your device restarts, you can enjoy the new update
Make sure you have a recent backup and at least half a battery before updating to Android 13. Please report back on your thoughts of the update after you’ve had a chance to try it out.