It’s usually Samsung The first non-Google Android OEM to release a new stable version of Android. A South Korean firm already exists released three Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta updates for Galaxy S22 series. One UI 5.0 beta update is available It also reached the Galaxy S21 series. However, the company has lost the battle of stable Android 13 update release.

Chinese company OnePlus left Stable Android 13 (OxygenOS 13) update to OnePlus 10 Pro yesterday. This means that OnePlus only took 1.5 months to release the stable update Google has released the latest version of Android 13 to Pixel smartphones. Samsung is not scheduled to release the stable Android 13 update to its phones until the end of October 2022. Thus, the South Korean firm will be about three months behind Google.

But are faster updates better than slower but more stable updates?

However, it might be good for Galaxy smartphone and tablet users. OnePlus is notorious for rolling out buggy software updates to its smartphones. OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 9 users have been seen complaining about bugs and issues with the first few “fixed” releases. Android 12 update and the same could be for the OnePlus 10 Pro Android 13 update.

Plus, OnePlus has a track record of releasing an early update to its latest flagship phone, but severely delaying the update for the rest of the phones in its lineup, even if it’s high-end phones released alongside the flagship device. On the other hand, Samsung’s updates are usually more stable and once the company releases a stable Android OS update for its latest flagship rapidly rolling out the update to other high-end devices.

Continuing Samsung’s track record, the company is likely to roll out the Android 13 update to most of its high-end and mid-range smartphones. By the end of the first quarter of 2023. The South Korean firm is also adding more features than OnePlus in major software updates. What do you prefer? Faster and buggy updates or slower and more stable updates? Let us know in the comment section below.

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