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Samsung One UI 5.0 beta forum Now Available

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The fact that Samsung has just started the official One UI 5.0 beta forum on its community website may indicate that the public beta program will soon be available.

Users of One UI 5 will be asked to provide feedback by Samsung through the usual channels of communication, such as the Members app and the Community forums. The One UI 5 section has now been made available on Samsung’s community website’s “One UI Beta Program” section. Because One UI 5 is not yet available to the general public, there are no community posts. However, as soon as the beta program launches, questions and comments will start to appear on the forum. 

The Samsung One UI 5 beta (only in select markets)

Samsung one UI 5.0

SamMobile.com previously stated that the third week of July could see the Galaxy S22 series enter the first One UI 5.0 public beta phase. Since beta release dates are never guaranteed, the One UI 5.0 beta is still unavailable as we head into the last week of July. Samsung has been internally testing One UI 5.0 beta builds for at least a month, but the beta could be made public at any time.

Although the company didn’t take part in Google’s Android 13 beta program, One UI 5.0 is based on Android 13, and the Korean tech giant will run its own public testing phase for its exclusive One UI skin. The firmware should now be available along with the official support forums.

As soon as we learn more, we’ll let you know, but you should be aware that the beta program will only be available to a select group of people. It will launch in a few markets as usual, though European users may find the beta program easier to use in 2022 as a result of Samsung’s decision to release European devices from Country Specific Codes (CSC). Only time will tell.

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