Will Google postpone Samsung’s Android 13 One UI 5.0 beta program?

July is almost over and there is no sign of Android 13 One UI 5.0 Beta program for Samsung devices. Google’s Android 13 beta has been going strong for a couple of months now. However, these builds are not available for Samsung devices.

As many of you know, Samsung has its own beta program because it pairs every major Android update with a new One UI release. One UI 5.0 is eagerly awaited but there is no sign of the beta program starting yet.

Samsung’s One UI 5.0 beta program is still a long way off

Last we heard, Samsung was preparing to launch One UI 5.0 beta In the third week of July. All was well for launch, but with July coming to a close, the beta version has yet to arrive. Samsung was aiming to release the Android 13 One UI 5.0 update to the public by October this year. This delay could delay the public release as well.

The company owns One UI 5.0 official forum opened for beta program. This is where all beta testers will be able to provide their feedback to Samsung for improvements and fixes before the final version is released. Obviously, there is still progress, but the beta release itself is still a long way off.

Maybe it is due to Google delaying the launch? Samsung may feel that the Android 13 beta still requires more fixes before it can move forward with its beta program. was google New Android 13 beta releases With recent bug fixes. Maybe Samsung just wants Google to sort things out on their end before proceeding with the beta.

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Whatever the case, one can only hope that One UI 5.0 beta will be launched in the near future, preferred by August 10 Unpacked Event. The beta program certainly won’t steal the spotlight from Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphones.

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