Google released the Android 14 developer beta earlier this year, but since Samsung has its own beta program, and the One UI 6.0 beta launch date around the third week of July. The reports from the reliable source SamMobile, the update will also be made available ‘soon thereafter’ to further compatible devices and tablets. One UI 5.1, which is based on Android 13, is now used by the S23 series, and One UI 6, which is anticipated, will be based on Android 14. Samsung, having its own beta program, will begin its program later this year.
Samsung One UI 6.0 Beta Launch Date
After Android 14 reached the platform stability milestone with the release of the third Android 14 beta earlier this month, as was previously reported, Samsung was expected to release the first One UI 6.0 beta Android 14 has reached platform stability; in fact, the company has already started updating apps with One UI 6.0 support a few weeks ago.
The stable One UI 6.0 upgrade may begin going out before the end of the year if all goes as planned. While many mid-range handsets and previous flagships should also get the new upgrade over the coming months, the Galaxy S23 series is anticipated to get it first.
Before the One UI 6 launch, Samsung upgraded most of its native apps to include compatibility with the new operating system. The company’s calculator app was the first one to support One UI 6, and as part of the upgrade, it also gained the ability to convert data units like KB to MB. More customization choices and improved data synchronization with tablets, Galaxy smartwatches, and other Samsung IoT devices, such as TVs, are two major upgrades that One UI 6 is about to deliver.
An upgrade worth waiting for, especially if you use a Galaxy Fold or Galaxy Flip, it should also deliver Android 14’s enhanced UI for large-screen smartphones and be foldable. Several news outlets state that Samsung already started updating its apps with One UI support a few weeks ago. It is also said that One UI 6 beta will first reach the Galaxy S23 family, and gradually it will spread across other devices.
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