Samsung has yet to announce an official list of eligible Galaxy devices to get the Android 13 update, but it’s expected that current-gen flagships will receive their stable OTAs before the end of the year. If you live in the eligible regions and are interested to test the latest One UI version, you can register for the beta program by using the Samsung Members app, which is available on the Google Play Store and Galaxy Store.
Samsung, being one of the top-tier OEMs, is also busy shaping up the fifth iteration of its One UI software on top of the new version of Android. As is often the case, keeping track of the rollout event of a major update like One UI 5 is a hard job, so we’re here to make things easier for you.
Samsung devices have received their official Android 13 updates in the form of One UI 5.0, including both the public beta and the stable builds. Samsung has already kicked off its Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for the Galaxy S22 series and Galaxy S21 series. The beta program is available in India, Poland, China, the UK, the US, Germany, and South Korea. The One UI 5 brings a range of new customization, security, and accessibility features.
Here are the devices that have received at least one Android 13 build with One UI 5.0 to date. Note that the devices are sorted alphabetically according to their retail name.
- Samsung Galaxy S21 (o1s/o1q) — Added on 08/30/2022
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus (t2s/t2q) — Added on 08/30/2022
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (p3s/p3q) — Added on 08/30/2022
- Samsung Galaxy S22 (r0s/r0q) — Added on 08/05/2022
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus (g0s/g0q) — Added on 08/05/2022
- Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (b0s/b0q) — Added on 08/05/2022
One UI 5.0 based on Android 13: Download Links
You can find download links for the One UI 5.0 public beta and stable releases below. These builds are first sorted by device names, and then according to their regions/SoC variants and the release chronology. Notably, you can’t cross-flash a firmware that is intended for a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC-based Samsung Galaxy model (e.g. the USA variant) on its Exynos-powered counterpart (e.g. the European variant) or vice-versa.
Samsung conducts its public beta initiative through the Samsung Members app. With time, the OEM might expand the beta program to more regions. Thus, Galaxy device owners are advised to check the beta schedule for their region by opening the app and heading to the “Notices” section.