One UI 5.0 Update

Samsung has released The One UI 5.0/Android 13 update for the Galaxy A71 5G along with Galaxy S10 Lite and Tab S7 FE. The phone was released in the first quarter of 2020 running Android 10, and then the One UI 3.0/Android 11 in the early part of 2021, followed by one UI 4.1/Android 12 in March (it did not include the One UI 4.0). It’s now time to upgrade to a new important version of the Samsung software with the most recent Android features.

The Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is now receiving firmware version A716BXXU6EVL2 and it seems like it’s the UAE will be the very first nation to receive it, however it’s only the first phase of release, and the update will be rolled out into Europe and Asia in the next few days.

The update brings the latest versions of Samsung’s main applications, such as Keyboard, Gallery and Camera. Camera, Gallery and Keyboard (which are now able to take text from an image and then covert it into something that you can then take a copy of). Additionally, there are fun new features including new AR Emojis as well as emoji-emoji pairs, and Kaomojis.

Certain changes to the menus comprise the inclusion of Connected devices, as well as merging with the Security and Privacy pages. The update also contains the security patch for December 2022.

In addition, it is worth noting that the 4G model of the Galaxy A71 went up to Android 13 in November. The Galaxy A51 5G joined onto the Android 13 train yesterday.

One UI 5.0/Android 13 is now available on Samsung Galaxy A71 5G, Galaxy S10 Lite and Tab S7 FE

Like the A71 and like the A71 Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is in the early 2020s and was launched using Android 10.1/One UI 2.0. It’s currently being upgraded up to OneUI 5.0/Android 13 – search for the version of firmware G770FXXXU6HVK5. This version includes the earlier October 2022 patch for security. The rollout began with Vodafone-branded phones that are unlocked located in the Netherlands.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 owners are looking forward to testing the new operating system too currently, devices located in the UK are being upgraded with firmware T736BXXXU1CVL1, which includes the old update from November 20, 2022.