Samsung is rolling out stable One UI 5 for the Galaxy S20 FE


The update is currently rolling out to users in Russia, but it should reach more regions soon

Samsung deployment of stable versions of One UI 5 based on Android 13 to the Galaxy S20 series earlier this month. But, while the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra received the update back then, the affordable Galaxy S20 FE was left out. Samsung is finally releasing the Fan Edition device update, giving users access to a ton of new features.

The One UI 5 update for the Galaxy S20 FE (firmware version G780FXXUAEVK3) is currently rolling out for users in Russia (via Sammobile), but it should arrive in other regions shortly. As with One UI 5 releases for other flagship Samsung devices, the Galaxy S20 FE release includes all the new features Google introduced with Android 13, a few Samsung-exclusive features, and Android security patches for November 2022. the update is only available for the 4G Exynos variant (model number SM-G780F) of the device at the moment, but is expected to roll out for the other variants in the coming days.

If you have not received the update notification on your Galaxy S20 FE, you can check it by going to Software updates section in the device settings. You can also download the firmware from Samsung’s Firmware Update Server (FUS) and flash it manually. Those unfamiliar with the process can follow the instructions in our guide to installation of official firmware on Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

For those unaware, One UI 5 includes several new features such as Bixby Text Call, stackable widget support, OCR text recognition, and One UI modes. It also contains a new service mode that allows you to protect your data from service technicians when you send your device in for repair. Check our previous coverage for more information on One UI 5 and some of its most notable features.

Going through: Sammobile


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