The delay of Android 13 might force Samsung to alter the release date of One UI 5.0.

According to SamMobile , Google’s decision to delay Android 13 may force Samsung to delay the release of One UI 5.0.

Many Samsung fans were eagerly anticipating getting the Android 13 taste with One UI 5.0, but they may have to wait a little longer. The most recent sources indicate that Google plans to postpone the launch of Android 13 until September. The corporation has also delayed the August Pixel device security patch.

In July, Samsung intended to introduce the One UI 5.0 beta program. Also scheduled for October was the general release. However, because of Google’s choice, the corporation was forced to postpone the plan. Samsung wants to work with Google to coordinate its actions in order to avoid any potential interference.

Advertisement The earlier than anticipated release of the Android 13 Developer Previews by Google gave users hope that they would receive the final version sooner than anticipated. Even some supporters had anticipated getting the Android 13 update in August.

Samsung might alter its release schedule for One UI 5.0. Google makes it quite clear in the Android 13 Security Bulletin for August that the Android 13 will ship with the September 2022 security patch. In order to fix several flaws, the business just published beta version 4.1 for the Pixel 6a while it is still engaged fine-tuning the update.

Samsung will not release the One UI 5.0 beta upgrade unless Google gives the go-ahead. Although the company’s timeline is yet uncertain, it shouldn’t take too long. Additionally, Samsung devices may receive the stable version of Android 13 in November of this year.

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