Samsung One UI 6.0 beta and stable launch date revealed

Samsung will build the upcoming One UI 6.0 upon Google’s latest Android iteration, Android 14. Notably, One UI 6.0 will upgrade the current One UI 5.0, promising enhanced features and capabilities. This new software will undoubtedly surpass its predecessor in offering even greater levels of customization.

Rumors have been circulating for weeks about the dedicated team of developers at the Korean giant working diligently on One UI 6.0. This new custom interface is set to bring Android 14 to a range of Samsung Galaxy devices.

A first sighting suggests that the South Korean manufacturer’s team needs help with builds for the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.

One UI 6.0 launch date for Galaxy S23 Series

According to a Twitter user named Tarun, One UI 6.0 Beta for the Galaxy S23 series may be available from mid-July, provided that the schedule is followed accordingly. However, in case of any setbacks due to unforeseen circumstances, the next beta schedule is expected to be in mid-August. The official update for the release of One UI 6.0 is set for October.

Samsung One UI 6.0 Update: These Galaxy phones can get early access

Aside from the Galaxy S23 lineup, we have uncovered indications that Samsung is internally testing One UI 6.0 on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 devices. In principle, the Android 14 beta testing program, as well as the stable One UI 6.0 update, will first be available for the Galaxy S23 series and the foldable flagship phones of 2022 later this year.

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