Samsung is swiftly distributing OneUI 5.1 to its Android devices. The mid-range A-series devices are now receiving the OTA after initially being the flagship S series, followed by the Tab S series. The Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G and A52 5G are the most recent smartphones to get the OS upgrade. The former has finished its roundtrip, but the latter has just begun.
The Galaxy A52s 5G upgrade is only available in South Korea for now. The chain will distribute OneUI 5.1 to other Global markets as soon as Samsung’s mainland devices are upgraded. The updated software might not be installed on Pakistani phones for a few days.
Your Galaxy A52s will alert you when it becomes available. If not, you need manually check for it by going to Settings » Software update. Tap Download and install if it’s an option. The rest will be handled by your phone. Following a reboot, everything on your A52s that could have changed is listed below.
The most recent Samsung 5G smartphone comes with the updated firmware version A528NKSU2EWB4 thanks to OneUI 5.1. Many fundamental improvements are included in the update, such as the February Patch 2023, which addresses recently discovered vulnerabilities in your data and information.
OneUI 5.1, which runs on Android 13, has improved the native Samsung applications. The Gallery has seen the most significant alteration, displaying EXIF data alongside images. While viewing a photo or a video, users may read all the EXIF information by just swiping up. The shadow and reflection removal in the Gallery app has been enhanced.
The most recent version expands the collection with a Dynamic Weather widget. Also, a new built-in battery widget in OneUI displays how well the phone and its linked peripherals are charging. The phone now makes it simple to access frequently used split-screen apps via suggestions, and the default internet app has been updated. For those who are unaware, Pakistan’s newest addition to the A-lineup is the Samsung Galaxy A04 4G.
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