With Android 13: Samsung smartphones are getting faster
Even with absolute high-end smartphones like the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Samsung simply didn’t manage to get the surface to run smoothly at the market launch. Only after a few weeks and many updates did Samsung manage to make the flagship smartphone feel more or less like a real top cell phone. With One UI 5.0 based on Android 13, such mishaps should no longer happen. the Speed of the surface is one of the most important points that Samsung put on the agenda during development (Those: SamMobile).
If you want to make your Samsung smartphone noticeably faster, you can turn off the animations. Normal users often don’t do that, but live with the jerky surface, although the smartphone itself would technically be able to run smoothly. That’s exactly why I want Samsung improve performance with Android 13 and One UI 5.0, after it has recently felt weaker and weaker. Only updates have made the phones faster, while first-time buyers have always been disappointed.
We took a detailed look at the current top smartphone from Samsung:
First beta of One UI 5.0 in a few months
Towards the end of the year, you can see how smooth Samsung’s new interface really is. Android 13 will then be on the market for a few weeks and Samsung is preparing updates for smartphones like the Galaxy S22. The first beta versions are expected in October or November, which will show at the latest whether Samsung’s work is really bearing fruit. Compared to an iPhone, the animations from Samsung are really not at their best. If the company can finally make the smartphones with the 120 Hz displays really feel smooth, that would be a big win.