Samsung One UI 6.0 Android 14

Samsung launched the One UI 5.1 update and started to roll it out as well. It is only a month since that incident, and the report of Android 14 came to the fore. Google has just launched the first Developer Preview of Android 14, on which Samsung’s next-gen One UI- the One UI 6.0 will be based. Ever since Android 14 joined the talks, Galaxy admirers also started to be willing to see through the One UI 6’s arrival. 

Android 14’s arrival has made Galaxy users eager to know when and for which devices the future One UI 6 will be launched. Additionally, the desire to know its novelties also took place in users’ thoughts to imagine how incredible a Galaxy device’s future will be. In today’s article, we are providing the answer to these questions, which we prepared by looking at Samsung’s update policy and previous update programs, and rumours. 

One UI 6.0 Eligible Devices

  • Galaxy S series- Newly-launched Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra, Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra, Galaxy S21, S21, and S21 Ultra.  
  • Galaxy Z series- Upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3.
  • Galaxy A series- Galaxy A73, Galaxy A72, Galaxy A54 (upcoming), Galaxy A53, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52s, Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A33, Galaxy A23, Galaxy A14, Galaxy A13, Galaxy A04s.
  • Galaxy Tab S series- Galaxy Tab S9 (upcoming) and Galaxy Tab S8. 

One UI 6.0 Features

The upcoming One UI 6 update may offer these below-listed features- 

Samsung is also expected to make improvements to the UI design of its stock apps for foldable phones and tablets. These improvements are likely to enhance the overall user experience and take full advantage of the unique capabilities of Samsung’s foldable devices.

Moreover, users can also expect improvements to split-screen multitasking and gestures across the system. Samsung is known for constantly refining its user interface, and these improvements are likely to make multitasking and navigation on their devices even more seamless and intuitive.

The One UI 6.0 update could also add new features to Samsung’s stock apps like Phone, Messages, Calendar, Gallery, My Files, Samsung Internet, Samsung Keyboard, and built-in image and video editors. These additions will likely offer greater functionality and customization options for users while also improving the overall performance and usability of these apps.

Lastly, the One UI 6.0 update could bring improvements to DeX, Samsung’s desktop experience for mobile devices, and the Camera app. These enhancements will further improve the productivity and creativity capabilities of Samsung devices, making them even more versatile and useful for a wide range of users.

One UI 6.0 Release Date

Informatively, Samsung’s One UI 6 will be based on top of Android 14. The search engine giant Google will provide the Android OS for the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) after its final launch, which will happen in August. Afterwards, the South Korean firm will adapt Android 14 to build One UI 6 on top of it, which will take quite a little time. Consequently, we are expecting One UI 6 to come to the market by October 2023. As per Samsung’s previous update programs, One UI 6 me first reach the Galaxy S23 devices. 

Most mid-range and entry-level smartphones may receive the One UI 6.0 update from Samsung by the end of 2023. Before the end of Q1 2024, we may anticipate that the One UI 6.0 update deployment will be finished.

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6 thoughts on “Samsung One UI 6.0 Android 14”

  1. Nice and interesting. But is painful my device wouldn’t be having this latest android. Hoping for upgrade on my device to enjoy this new android.

    • Thanks for the information
      update on my ultra 20.
      Will there be any more security updates this year for the S20 ultra? Thanks

  2. I don’t understand why the S20s can not get the update. Does Samsung not want to keep it’s loyal customers? After paying the amounts we pay for their phone, seems like they would show their appreciation more.


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