Samsung is preparing for the release of the Galaxy S23 series, which could be announced on February 1. Before the launch, the company appears to be testing a newer version of One UI for its high-end smartphones. The South Korean company is currently testing One UI 5.1 for the Galaxy S22 line.
Samsung is internally testing the One UI 5.1 update for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra with firmware version S90xEXXU2CVL7, according to reports. The test firmware was discovered on Samsung’s servers and could be released a few days after the launch of the Galaxy S23 series for the Galaxy S22 series. By Samsung’s customary approach, we anticipate One UI 5.1 to debut on the Galaxy S23 series.
One UI 5.1 may include enhanced lock screen customizations
While it is unclear what features One UI 5.1 may offer, it may include the following. However, the company had hinted a few months prior that it would reserve some lock screen customization options for One UI 5.1, which will be based on Android 13 (similar to One UI 5.0). We would appreciate it if the company implemented Android 13’s new media player widget design in the notifications area, predictive back gesture, partial screen mirroring, and taskbar enhancements.
The rollout of Samsung’s One UI 5.0 was rapid, and we anticipate the same for One UI 5.1 on existing smartphones. Which features would you like to see added to One UI 5.1? Please share your thoughts in the section below.