Last update: October 27, 2022 at 13:53 UTC+02:00
Samsung is testing now Android 13 for a handful of low-cost Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite tablet, the Galaxy A22 5Gand the Galaxy A03s. All three of these devices are now listed in the Wi-Fi Alliance database running Android 13. They’ve been given the green light by the organization, which could mean they could get the Android 13 update relatively soon – at least. in the larger scheme of things.
The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite running Android 13 was certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance a few days ago, as was the Galaxy A22 5G. Meanwhile, the WFA certified the Galaxy A03s with Android 13 on board last week.
Given Samsung firmware update strategythe fact that these devices are now being prepared for the Android 13-based release A 5.0 user interface The update should surprise no one. Nevertheless, these Wi-Fi Alliance certificates more or less confirm that Samsung has started working on Android 13 for at least the Galaxy A22 5G, A03s and Tab A7 Lite.
As for when the update might publicly arrive on these devices, that’s unclear. Samsung Much of its energy is now focused on preparing One UI 5.0 beta updates for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4, previous-generation foldable devices, and the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Note 20 lineups. These devices will have probably the priority and will be placed higher in the queue for the Android 13 update, so the Galaxy A22, A03 and Tab A7 Lite may not see One UI 5.0 until next year.
Then again, according to our exclusive September report, the Galaxy A53 might be the only mid-range Galaxy A phone to get One UI 5.0 before the end of the yearmeaning the update might not remain exclusive to flagship devices in 2022. However, firmware release schedules are subject to change, so only time will tell where this road takes us.
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