Samsung builds some of the fastest smartphones in the world, but they often don’t feel like it. Despite the 120 Hz displays and high-end processors, the performance suffers from the customized interface. This is exactly what Samsung wants to address with the next software update.

Samsung makes One UI 5.0 much faster

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If you want to make your Samsung phone faster, then you should turn off the animations. All of a sudden, the cell phone no longer stutters when you change or open apps, but is really snappy. But soon you won’t have to follow this tip anymore, because Samsung is planning an important change. The animations are not switched off, but accelerated. The rumor about it has been around for a long time, now there is one Confirmation in the form of a video.

There it is demonstrated how much smoother the animations run under One UI 5.0. The reactions to the post are very good. It’s already being compared to the iPhone, which offers the smoothest animations on a smartphone to date. Samsung could thus eliminate one of the biggest criticisms of its smartphones. Because particularly expensive smartphones like the Galaxy S22 Ultra do not run as smoothly as you would expect, despite their absolute high-end equipment.

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One UI 5.0 based on Android 13 is currently still in development. The video is from a trial version, which is not yet publicly available. Samsung is currently working on starting the beta program. You will soon be able to try out One UI 5.0 for yourself. The public beta is said to be already in the starting blocks.

Android 13 for Samsung phones is coming sooner

Not only Google started developing Android 13 earlier this year, but also Samsung. The beta test for the first Samsung cell phones is scheduled to start in July 2022. This usually runs for a few months, so we can’t expect the final version of Android 13 until October 2022 at the earliest. Then smartphones like the Galaxy S22 will be supplied first. Other smartphones will follow. Samsung promises four new Android versions for many smartphones, so the company has a lot of work to do.