Samsung is well-known to take software updates as seriously as possible when it comes to its smartphones. The company will prove likewise once again by 2023 by updating some of its top models with Android 13-based One UI 5.0. It’s hard to find a family nowadays where there isn’t at least one member who owns a Samsung phone. In other words, it’s in the best interest of the South Korean giant to keep updating the operating system as much as possible, considering how many people out there have Samsung phones.
If you were expecting for the Galaxy S22 lineup or the foldable Galaxy Fold 4 to receive the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in stable form by the end of the current year, guess what? You were absolutely right! Those phones are in the list revealed by SAMMOBILE, along with other Samsung products:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 (all models of the lineup)
- Samsung Galaxy S22 (all models of the lineup)
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
- Samsung Galaxy A53
Galaxy Fold 3 and Fold 4 represent the necessary experiment of Samsung in what we could consider an attempt to standardize the concept of foldable smartphones. As for Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Flip 3, these gadgets are playing in a slightly different league, although they are still foldable phones, technically speaking. It’s hard to say for sure which one of the Galaxy Z Flip or Galaxy Fold series is superior when it comes to the hardware, however, but the whole thing surely becomes subjective if you care too much about the looks.
Samsung Galaxy S22 remains the flagship of the South Korean giant, while Galaxy S21 is the flagship of 2021. These gadgets don’t need any kind of presentation anymore. They couldn’t possibly be absent from the list.
Samsung Galaxy A53: a pleasant surprise
The cherry on top can be considered the presence of the Galaxy A53 model on the list, as surely not many folks were expecting to see it. It’s certainly far from being a bad smartphone, but you also can’t consider it a flagship if you wish to be purely objective. The device was released by Samsung back in March, and it first came with Android 12-based One UI 4.1 out of the box. It’s powered by the Exynos 1280 processor, one that was built by Samsung itself. The 6.5 inches display is a Super AMOLED that comes equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate. The main camera setup can take photos at 64MP. The selfie camera is also pretty impressive, as it can snap photos in 32MP. You’ll likely get to use the Samsung Galaxy A53 for a whole day without too much effort, as the phone also packs a 5,000mAh battery and Fast Charging at 25W.
Surely we can expect more interesting initiatives from Samsung in the near future when it comes to its smartphones, so stay tuned for more news!