According to reports, Samsung is set to launch the One UI 6 Beta Program, built upon Android 14, during the third week of July. However, this testing activity will be restricted to specific countries initially. The Beta Program has been made available in seven markets: China, India, Germany, Poland, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Previously, Samsung provided the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta in seven countries, but for the upcoming One UI 6 Beta (Android 14), the availability of regions is expected to change. Samsung has been actively improving its One UI software, evident by the provision of firmware with a universal CSC for Canadian models.
One UI 6.0 Beta Program Could Available In Canada
This time Samsung may add one more region to the One UI beta program. According to a Twitter user, Canadian Galaxy users can participate in the beta program as One UI 6 beta testing has now been spotted for the Galaxy S23 Ultra with firmware S918WVLU1ZWG6/ S918WOYV1ZWG6/ S918WVLU1ZWG6.
If this is true, the Samsung One UI Beta Program could now be available in eight countries. However, The beta program’s debut will likely take place in South Korea and the US. Germany may also be part of the first wave, but Galaxy S23 owners in other countries might have to wait a few days or even weeks before they can join the beta program.
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