Samsung is rolling out the stable One UI 5 based on Android 13 to three more devices

Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy M53, and Galaxy M33 phones are the latest to receive the update

After rolling out the stable One UI 5 to the original Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Galaxy A72 earlier this week, Samsung has now released the update for three more devices – Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy M53, and Galaxy M33. According to recent reports, the update has started rolling out to users in Europe, and it should reach other regions over the next few days.

The One UI 5 update for the Galaxy S10 Lite (firmware version G770FXXU6HVK5) is rolling out to users in Spain, while Galaxy M53 and Galaxy M33 users in different parts of Europe will receive the update. In all cases, the update brings new Android 13 features, a couple of Samsung exclusives, and the November 2022 Android security patches.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite XDA Forums || Samsung Galaxy M33 XDA forums

If you haven’t received an update notification on your device yet, you can check for it by heading over to system update section in the device settings. Alternatively, you can download the firmware from Samsung Firmware Update Server (FUS) and run it manually. Those who are not familiar with the process can check out our in-depth guide on installing official firmware on Samsung Galaxy smartphones for detailed instructions.

One UI 5 is Samsung’s latest Android version based on Android 13. It brings a host of new features, including support for stackable widgets, Bixby Text Call, powerful OCR text recognition, and One UI modes. The program also includes a new maintenance mode that allows you to protect your personal data from service technicians when you send your device in for repairs. Check out our previous coverage for more information about One UI 5 and some of its noteworthy features.

Have you received One UI 5 fixed on your device? What do you think about the software version? Let us know in the comments section below.

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