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Android 14’s Top Features to Expect in Samsung Galaxy Devices with One UI 6.0

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Every year Google brings a new Android version for all Android devices, so this year following the same timeline, Google has introduced its new Android 14’s developer preview; the update is only available for pixel devices; if you are a Pixel user, you can install it by now, for more information about the installation you can read our previous article.

Samsung Galaxy smartphone users are always on the lookout for the latest features and updates to improve their device’s performance and functionality. With the upcoming release of Android 14-based One UI 6.0, Samsung fans are eagerly anticipating the next-generation operating system’s new features and improvements. From enhanced privacy and security options to new customization options, Android 14 promises to offer some significant upgrades that will enhance the user experience. Rumours and speculations are already swirling around the internet about what users can expect from this latest update.

One UI 6.0: Know whether your Galaxy device will get it or not

In this article, we will explore some of the most exciting and anticipated features that Samsung Galaxy smartphone users can look forward to in the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update. Google has already hinted at some new features; let’s discuss them.

New battery-saving features

The most common problem of any Android device user is battery backup, and everyone wants that their phone should run long-lasting. Hardware companies have tried a lot of new things, like introducing new SoC as well as introducing big batteries. Still, it ultimately increases the device’s price, so they have to compromise it; now Google has taken responsibility and will give some new battery-saving features.

Samsung One UI 6.0 (Android 14) ineligible device list

A new ultimate battery saver has been introduced; this feature is meant to save your battery by stopping all the background activity of the phone; in other words, when you turn on this feature, it will restrict all the apps from the background, it also allows the users to schedule the option so they can easily set the option to automatically on any certain level of the battery.

Remove unwanted apps easily

As you have noticed, several preinstalled apps come with every android device, and most of them are not used by normal people and capture extra space on the device, and as a normal user, you are not allowed to uninstall them, but with new Android 14, Google will give the power to uninstall any app including bloatware from the device.

Inbuilt Health Connect app

As we reported earlier, it is now certainly confirmed that you will get the support of Google health to connect with the latest Android 14; for starters, Google health connect app will be inbuilt which provides you with a service to connect various health and fitness apps and device and manage them for you to get the all the data in one place, by this way you can easily track your health-related data without any confusion. 

These are some new features which we got to know about. However, some more features have come in Android 14; you can get more information about other features by clicking on this link. This is just the developer preview, so these features are very few, but as time passes, Google will release Android 14 in different stages, such as-

  • Developer Preview 1- February 
  • Developer Preview 2- March 
  • Beta 1- April 
  • Beta 2- May
  • Platform Stability (Beta 3)- June 
  • Beta 4&5- July 
  • Final release for AOSP and ecosystem
  • Stable update- August to October

Nota: This timeline concerns eligible Pixel devices; for other devices, the timeline will vary by the manufacturer.


Aastha is a Author of Samlover.com. With a degree in Engineering with IT, Aastha is deeply immersed in the realm of technology. Specializing in Android and Hardware. She is Passionate about technology at the service of digital entertainment that can be used through any platform. Music, movies and video games have always taken up a good part of his free time, but he doesn't give up outdoor activities, from simple walks to cycling and skiing. He has been producing editorial content for SamLover since 2022 and has run a computer and telephony store for 3 decades.

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  1. Elbekjon Erdanov

    February 21, 2023 at 7:16 am

    Which samsung give one ui 6.0 ?

    • Santo

      March 30, 2023 at 10:46 pm

      Samsung galaxy A71

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Despite Android 14 Launch, Android 13 Remains Most Used

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Google shared the Android release number last time in October 2023, when Android 13 was crowned first place with a newly released Android 14. Now again, the metrics of the most-used Android versions in 2024 get updated. 

Despite the fact that it has already been seven months since the Android 14 release, Android 13 is still the most used Android version. Android 11, Android 12, and even Android 10 have surpassed the latest stable version of Android, which now holds the fifth place. The last will not always be the first. When it comes to the distribution of Android versions, the most recent version, Android 14, unfortunately does not rank first or second, but instead falls to the bottom of the Top 5.

This is being speculated as Google has finally updated the Android version distribution panel, hidden within Android Studio for a few years now. After calculating the appropriate calculations, the results show that Android 14 is on only 13% of mobile phones, a somewhat low figure considering that seven months have already passed since its launch.

If the statistics are to be believed, the most used version of Android is still Android 13, with 20.9% of the total. Since October 2023, which is the last time Google shared the data, Android 13 has dropped only 1.5%. The result is strange since it showcases that the second most used version is Android 11, holding a share of 19.0% instead of Android 12, with 14.7%. 

Jumping on the five-year-old ‘Android 10’, which has a greater market share than Android 14, The “good” news is that the versions before Oreo are gently retiring, counting up to a total of 4.6%. Versions before Marshmallow and runtime permissions arrived are presented in only 1.2% of all active Android phones. We are mentioning the Android versions with their shares. – 

  • Android 13 (20.9%)
  • Android 11 (19.0%)
  • Android 12 (14.7%)
  • Android 10 (13.6%)
  • Android 14 (13.0%)
  • Android 9 Pie (8.4%)
  • Android 8 Oreo (5.8%)
  • Android 7 Nougat (2.0%)
  • Android 6 Marshmallow (1.4%)
  • Android 5 Lollipop (0.9%)

Also, Android onwards accounts for 81.2% of the total. These versions receive changes and new features, such as updates to the Google Play system or Google services. 

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Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.2 Update: Network Fixes and Better System Stability

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Google is working towards the development of Android 15, but it is not only focused on the upcoming new Android iteration; at the same time, it is also bringing new features for the pixel devices with the Android 14 QPR updates.

For your information, the QPR update stands for Quarterly Platform Release, which aims to bring new functionalities and improvements for the Pixel device on a quarterly basis. In each quarter, the company provides beta updates and then offers public updates after testing the features. Like with the late Android 14 QPR 3 beta 2.2, the company has brought some new fixes.

Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.2: What’s new? 

Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.2 brings some new fixes that will improve the overall functionality of the devices. According to the changelog, the latest update will fix the issue related to mobile phones halting connectivity even on the best networks. Along with this, the update has also made improvements for making the device more stable while using different functions.

Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.2: official changelog

This minor update to Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2 includes the following fixes:


The update is live for all the eligible Google Pixel devices, including the Pixel 5a, Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel 8 and 8 Pro. However, it will only be available to those users who haven’t joined the Android 15 beta program.

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Galaxy S22 started receiving One UI 6.1 update with Galaxy AI features

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Last month, Samsung officially confirmed the One UI 6.1 update for the 2022 models. Now, keeping its promise, the company has started rolling out the major update for the Galaxy S22 series. 

The Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy S22 series is live in South Korea. Users who own the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers S901NKSU3EXDC, S906NKSU3EXDC, and S908NKSU3EXDC, respectively.

Samsung has released several Galaxy AI features with the One UI 6.1 update that will help you provide a better communication experience and take advantage of the ability to quickly understand information.

For your information, the Galaxy S22 series device will get the benefit of all the important Galaxy AI features, including Circle to Search, Live Translate, Generative Edit, Note Assist, Transcript Script, Chat Assist, and many more.

Apart from the Galaxy AI feature, the device will also get some important additions on the customization side, where users will get several new changes related to wallpaper, lock screen, alarm, calendar, and many more.

To check the latest update on your device, navigate to the settings, then select the software update option here. Tap on the download and install option. Wait until it finishes searching to see if the update is available, then tap on the install button.


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