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Samsung One UI 5.0: Design Changes got surfaced via beta version

One UI 5.0 skin beta update leak for Android 13 shows UI changes, new features, and animations. The keyboard, notification panel, permission pop-up, security, and privacy have all been updated. The information regarding the upcoming Samsung custom skin on one of the Samsung Galaxy S22-series smartphones has been uncovered by 9to5Google.

The One UI 5.0 beta update is set to begin rolling out to compatible devices in the third week of July, according to a recent Sammobile report. Let’s see what the One UI 5.0 skin beta update for Android 13 has in store for us.

Samsung One UI 5.0 beta Looks and Changes

Starting with the notification center, it appears larger and has a slightly different background opacity on OneUI 5 compared to OneUI 4.0. It now has an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature that can quickly and easily copy-paste text that is extracted from images. You can copy text from the camera or an image and paste it into messages thanks to a feature supported by the keyboard.

Samsung has also changed the app permissions “pop-up menu.” It now fills the centre of the screen and resembles stock Android 13. Furthermore, the Connections section of the Settings app now includes an Ultra-Wideband toggle. Lock screen options, user accounts, Find My Mobile, app security, Google Play system updates, and privacy features are among the new security and privacy-related features available in the Security and Privacy Hub.

Furthermore, it’s been said that Samsung has added two more animations to the swipe to open a pop-up view and swipe to multitask in split-screen modes in the Labs section. Additionally, the quick settings section displays a list of the apps that are open right now, and the ‘About Phone’ section includes a picture of the device. Users have the option of sharing notes with up to 100 users, and all changes are immediately visible.

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