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Samsung expands Android 13 to several more devices

As Samsung’s rollout of Android 13 continues, the company keeps pushing the update to more and more new models. Here are some of the latest smartphones that come with One UI 5.0.

Samsung first rolled out Android 13 for the Galaxy S22 series in early November and has since rolled out the update to more than 40 different smartphones and tablets, with many more to come. As of this week, several more devices from Samsung’s back catalog as well as its collection of more affordable devices have been updated.

This includes the galaxy a22 Y galaxy a23.

Samsung is currently rolling out Android 13 to the Galaxy A23 in its LTE and 5G variants in parts of Europe, including Germany and Russia. The LTE model gets firmware version A235FXXU1BVK8 while the 5G model gets version A236BXXU2BVK7. Meanwhile, the Galaxy A22 is undergoing a broad rollout of Android 13 in Europe across more than a dozen regions with firmware version A225FXXU3CVK3.

Android 13 is also being rolled out in Europe for the Galaxy M22You are seeing the update in France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom with firmware version M225FVXXU4CVK3 as SamMobile reports. the Galaxy A32 LTE it is also being updated in Europe.

the galaxy a42 is also receiving its Android 13 update in Korea with firmware version A426NKSU2DVK2, with the Galaxy A13 5G being updated in Europe with version A136BXXU2BVK3, just like the LTE-only galaxy a51 in the same regions with the A515FXXU5GVK6 version.

Meanwhile, Samsung is bringing Android 13 to its “Fan Edition” phones in more regions. the Galaxy S20 FE 5G it is being updated in large regions of Europe with version G781BXXU4GVK6. The Snapdragon-powered LTE-only version of the S20 FE is also getting an update in Serbia with version G780GXXU3DVK5. And finally, the Galaxy S21 FE it is being seen in India under build number G990EXXU3DVK4.

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