Samsung India’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 push Android 13 & One UI 5.0

Samsung India's Galaxy Z Fold 4  push Android 13 & One UI 5.0

Samsung India's Galaxy Z Fold 4  push Android 13 & One UI 5.0

News on November 19th, in the past week, Samsung released a stable version of Android 13 update for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in South Korea and the United States. Now, the update is also rolling out to Galaxy Z Fold 4 devices in India. Other countries may get the update in the next few days.

The stable version of Android 13 (One UI 5.0) for Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has an update firmware version number of F936BXXU1BVK3. The update also brings the November 2024 security patch, which fixes numerous security vulnerabilities. The new update brings a slightly refreshed UI design, faster performance, improved stability, and many new features.

Samsung India's Galaxy Z Fold 4  push Android 13 & One UI 5.0

Samsung India's Galaxy Z Fold 4  push Android 13 & One UI 5.0

Users of the Indian version of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 can now download the Android 13 update on their phones by going to Settings – Software Update, and clicking “Download and Install”.

Naijatechnews has learned that Samsung’s Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update brings a refreshed UI design with expanded palette functionality, updated widgets, smoother animations and transitions, improved translucency, and Material You motion icon . Samsung is also adding newer features to all of its built-in apps.

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