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Snapdragon version of Samsung Galaxy S22 is getting third One UI 5.0 beta update

It was rumored that Samsung may delay the release of the third One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22. However, against all odds, Samsung released the update in Europe and the UK yesterday. Now the update has also been released in China and India.

The third One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series comes with a firmware version end ZVI9. This marks the first time that the third One UI 5.0 beta update has been released for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 versions of the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The new update has a download size of 1297.49 MB, so it’s better to download it on a Wi-Fi network. The new software includes the September 2022 security patch.

What’s new in Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 Beta 3 update?

According to the changelog, Samsung has improved the smoothness of animations and transitions, which caused a lot of problems in the previous software version. Samsung has also added immersive slideshows in the Stories section of the Gallery app. The company has also completely revamped its wallpaper customization section.

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You can now long-press directly on the lock screen to change the lock screen wallpaper, lock screen shortcuts, clock and date widget styling, and customize notifications. You can choose between six fonts and five widget styles. You can even select custom solid or gradient colors for the clock and date widget on the lockscreen.

The new software also allows you to disable the Auto-optimization feature in the Device Care app. Bugs related to the Calendar and Gallery widgets have also been fixed. The company may have also fixed other minor bugs and improved the performance and stability of the devices. You can watch all the changes in our dedicated video below.

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