We are just a few weeks away from seeing the Galaxy S23 Series in all its glory. According to the latest rumors, the next-gen flagship lineup will come with many upgrades. That includes an updated design, the latest Qualcomm flagship SoC, better cameras, and bigger batteries.
But along with all the upgrades, Samsung will likely introduce better software with the Galaxy S23 lineup. At least, that is what the recent leak is suggesting.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Might Debut with One UI 5.1
According to the latest report, Samsung has been testing updated firmware on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. And judging from past trends, you can expect it to launch with the Galaxy S23 series.
Although Samsung did not give official details about the software, previously, it revealed that the update would focus on customizations. The update will be based on Android 13, and it will introduce plenty of lock screen customizations.
Earlier in October, Samsung shared a press release. That highlighted some of the noteworthy changes in One UI 5. It also noted that the update would feature new personalization options for the lock screen. These options will enable the users to change the clock style, wallpaper, and notification pop-ups.
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However, at the bottom of the fine print, the press release stated that some of these features would exclusively launch with One UI 5.1.
On that note, Samsung has already added some customization options in One UI 5.0. That includes the ability to change the clock style and wallpaper. But that update did not have the customization options to change the notification pop-ups. Well, you can expect that option to debut on One UI 5.1, which the Galaxy S23 is reported to come with.
That said, Samsung might add more additional features to the Galaxy S23 Series. However, as we get closer to the launch, we expect to know all about them. And we will definitely keep you updated when more info arrives about the upcoming One UI 5.1.