Samsung a One UI 5.1 update, which may launch with Galaxy S23 series.

A new firmware form S90xEXXU2CVL7 is running the Samsung One UI 5.1 update. According to reports, Samsung is testing on next major OS update in One UI 5.1. The smartphone maker has been noticed testing a new OS update also on Galaxy S22 series models  Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, & Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, the Galaxy S23 series is expected to be the first to receive the OS update. It is the first major OS update for Samsung smartphones based on Android 13. Samsung is currently distributing an Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update to compatible handsets worldwide.

According to SamMobile, Samsung is internally testing a new firmware report One UI 5.1 this year’s Galaxy S22 series. The firmware update had been running as S90xEXXU2CVL7. The new OS update is expected to be rolled on the upcoming Galaxy S23 series first, followed by the Galaxy S22 series shortly after.

While no details about One UI 5.1 features or changes are available, Samsung has hinted that One UI 5.1 will include new screen lock customization options. According to the report, the new update may also include Android 13’s new media player widget design in the notifications area, repeatable back, partial screen mirroring, and an improved taskbar. Samsung’s One UI 5.0 currently includes a new interface, performance improvement, UI animations, background, and most recent security patches and bug fixes.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S23 series has been expected to include three handsets: the standard Galaxy S23, the Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra. While phones are still months away from release, information the about Galaxy S23 series has already circulated. A Galaxy S23 or Galaxy S23+ are expected to have a 200mAh battery capacity increase over their predecessors. The batteries in such Samsung smartphones are expected to be 3,900mAh and 4,700mAh, respectively.

Furthermore, an upcoming flagship series can be expected to include improved cooling systems. These smartphones may also include 12-megapixel front-facing cameras with dual autofocus.