Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) Release Date and Supported Device List

Samsung rolled out Android 12 to its eligible Galaxy phones at an impressive pace. The update is available for over 100 million Samsung Galaxy users, and the numbers will keep going up as the company is still not done with the Android 12 rollout. While the company continues to upgrade more devices to Android 12, Google has already started working on its successor – Android 13.

Google has already pushed a couple of early versions of the Android 13. The first developer preview build was released in February, followed by a second developer preview version in March. This time, Google is quite fast with the early builds of Android 13, as it already has the first public beta released on April 26. Usually, it goes live during the Google I/O event. Last year, the first Android 12 public beta was released on May 18.

Although Google has already released developer previews of Android 13, it was not made available for any Samsung Galaxy phones. However, according to a report from Sammobile, Samsung could start the open beta testing for Android 13 by July. The Android 13 for Samsung will come with the One UI 5.0 skin that adds new features and improvements over the Android 13’s features. 

Samsung Android 13 Eligible devices and release date

Android 12 brought major design changes. It’s the most exciting version of Android in the last several years. The Material You is the biggest highlight of Android 12 that extracts colors from the wallpaper and uses them to design the entire device elements. Since major design changes have already been announced in Android 12, the upcoming Android 13 will improve those features. However, there’ll be new features that have been seen in the developer and beta builds. It includes a QR code scanner by pointing the phone’s camera at a QR code, language settings for apps, an updated media player, Bluetooth LE audio support, and more.

Samsung has its software update policy, which is one of the best among the OEMs. At the Galaxy S22 series launch, Samsung announced four Android updates for a bunch of its devices. Based on the company’s software update policy, here’s the list of Samsung phones that will receive the Android 13 (One UI 5.0) update. As always, the rollout will start with new high-end phones, and later the mid-range and budget phones will join the party.

Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) Supported Device List

Samsung Galaxy S series

Date Device Model Update Status
June 6 Galaxy S22 Ultra Under development
June 6 Galaxy S22+ Under development
June 6 Galaxy S22 Under development
June 6 Galaxy S20 FE 2022 Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S21 Ultra Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S21 FE 5G Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S21 FE LTE Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S21+ Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S21 Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S20+ (LTE & 5G) Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S20 (LTE & 5G) Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S20 Ultra Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S10 Lite  Not Known
June 6 Galaxy S10 Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S10 Plus Eligible to get Android 13
June 6 Galaxy S10E Eligible to get Android 13

 

Galaxy Z series

  • Galaxy Z Fold3 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
  • Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
  • Galaxy Z Flip (LTE & 5G)

Galaxy Note series

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  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (LTE & 5G)
  • Galaxy Note 20 (LTE & 5G)
  • Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Galaxy A series

Device Model Update Status
Galaxy A73 5G Eligible to get Android 13 
Galaxy A53 5G Eligible to get Android 13 
Galaxy A52 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A52s 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A33 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A23 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A71 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A51 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A72 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A42 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A03s Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A12 / A12 Nacho Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A13 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy A32 5G Eligible to get Android 13

Galaxy M series

Device Model Update Status
Galaxy M53 Eligible to get Android 13 
Galaxy M52 5G Eligible to get Android 13 
Galaxy M13 Under development
Galaxy M42 5G Under development
Galaxy M12 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M62 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M01 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M22 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M32 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M32 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M31 Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M33 5G Eligible to get Android 13
Galaxy M23 Eligible to get Android 13

Galaxy F series

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  • Galaxy F42 5G
  • Galaxy F62
  • Galaxy F12
  • Galaxy F22
  • Galaxy F23

Galaxy Tab series

  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2022)
  • Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  • Galaxy Tab S8+
  • Galaxy Tab S8
  • Galaxy Tab S7+ (LTE & 5G)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 (LTE & 5G)
  • Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  • Galaxy Tab S6 5G
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
  • Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 (2021)

Galaxy Xcover series

  • Galaxy Xcover 5

Samsung Android 13 (One UI 5.0) Release Date

Samsung has not yet announced any timeline as to when it will begin the open beta testing and stable rollout. However, the company is expected to start the open beta testing phase by July.

According to the official Android 13 roadmap released by Google, the beta phase will continue until May, and then the software will undergo stability improvements. During this time, the latest Android version gets polished, and the bugs are fixed. The stable build of Android 13 is likely to be released sometime in autumn 2022. It is expected that the Pixel 7 series phone will be among the very first phones to come with the latest version of Android 13.

Samsung phones usually start getting the update by the end of the year or early next year. As always, the recently launched high-end devices will be on the priority list. So, the first Samsung phone to get the Android 13 update could be the Galaxy S22 or the Galaxy Z Fold4.

 

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