Samsung Galaxy M and Galaxy F start getting One UI 5.0 based on Android 13

Samsung Galaxy M and Galaxy F start getting One UI 50 based on Android 13
New Delhi: Samsung has started rolling out One UI 5.0 updates based on the Android 13 operating system to its Galaxy M and Galaxy F series lineup. The update brings a host of new experiences and significant innovations that improve the privacy and allow users to personalize their smartphone.

With the new One UI 5.0, users can personalize their smartphone experience like never before. The new UI allows users to customize, edit and enhance the lock screen by adding photos and videos. Along with this, users can combine multiple widgets into one widget to save home screen space.

The update also includes up to 16 preset color themes based on the wallpaper. It also features revamped menu options for quick access to ringtone volume and vibration intensities.

With the Object Eraser tool, users can easily remove unwanted people, objects, shadows and reflections from photographs. Photo Remaster sharpens old images, improving the quality of the original image. Object Eraser and Photo Remaster will be available on select Galaxy M series devices.

Split-screen view lets you multitask with a split-screen or pop-up view. Users can easily launch multiple windows with a simple swipe gesture or from the recent apps list and apps edge.

The new Security and Privacy Dashboard provides a quick view of the status of various smartphone security aspects, such as which apps have access to camera, microphone, and location settings. The dashboard also recommends ways to further improve smartphone security.

The One UI 5.0 update has been rolled out to Galaxy M53, Galaxy M52 5G, Galaxy M33, Galaxy M32 5G, Galaxy M32 and Galaxy M13 5G and will soon be rolling out to other Galaxy M and Galaxy F series smartphones.