The fifth beta version of One UI 5.0 was released for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra in China. The new update has firmware version ending ZVJA and has a downloadable size of 471.16 MB (for Galaxy S22 Ultra).
Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta release removes Bixby Text Call, fixes several bugs.
Official changelog from Samsung states that the company fixed various bugs, including those that forced shut down the Galaxy Watch plugin, caused the autofocus camera to fail and poor image quality, and restarted the phone.
The new software also corrects a problem which prevented users from adding finger. Some people have also complained of missing phone unlocking sound, and Samsung has solved this problem with the latest update. Other issues included the voice being loud even after the call volume was reduced, the wallpaper being incomplete, the Close All option missing from the multitasking menu, and the app being forced closed when editing images. Those issues have been resolved.
Samsung said it has removed Bixby Text Call functionality from the new One UI 5.0 beta update.The Bixby Text Call feature, announced last week, uses artificial intelligence to convert voice (during the call) into text and displays it on the screen.. Users can then type the text as a reply to the caller, and Bixby will convert that text into audio and transmits it to the person on the other side of the call. That way, a user does not need to talk or listen to answer a voice call.Reports also state that the new beta release of One UI 5.0 brings smoother animations.s. Apparently, frame falls have reduced, and the animations are similar to the Galaxy Z Flip 4 executing One UI 4.1.1.
One 5.0 UI Beta 5 could be the latest beta update before the stable version One UI 5.0.
This could be the final beta version of One UI 5.0, and it could be released in other markets, including Germany, India, the UK, and the US, within the next few days. Samsung said it's going to release the stable version of Android 13 based on One UI 5.0 to the Galaxy S22 series by the end of this month.
Also, I'm not sure when that's going to happen in Sri Lanka and other places. This could occur in the near future, but we always need an official word.