We know that the Android 13 beta is available for Samsung devices. Now, a new update comes from Samsung that the company Quick Settings slot removed from Samsung Android 13-based devices. In general Android’s Quick Settings on Samsung phones is like a two-step menu. With the first swipe, you see a notifications tray to access a handful of shortcuts and the second swipe will provide a full list of toggles with multiple pages.
You can see this quick settings layout on most Samsung Android13-based devices, but it is different on other devices. If we see in Google Pixel phones Quick Settings menu appears as a 2×2 grid above the notifications and a 4×2 grid on the full panel. Meanwhile, Samsung displayed six toggles in the first menu and a 4×3 grid in the second. This explains Samsung has Quick Settings at once.
In Galaxy Samsung S22+ with OS One UI, 5.0 beta has Five Quick Settings icons. Left 4×3 grid unchanged and the company working on the top-facing menu. In previous toggles six icons are visible but only five icons are displayed now. The whole idea behind Quick Settings is to do changes fast but removing a slot from toggles made it less stable.
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