Next week, Samsung is set to unveil the inaugural One UI 6 beta update for the Galaxy S23 Series in multiple countries. The Korean tech giant has been diligently testing this upcoming version of One UI, built on Android 14, to optimize its performance on Galaxy phones.
Since its introduction last year, One UI has proven to be a highly customizable skin tailored specifically for Galaxy devices. Drawing inspiration from the most beneficial features of Android 13, Samsung seamlessly integrated them into One UI 5.
Excitingly, the One UI 6 beta update will make its debut in various countries, with the Galaxy S23 Series being the first to receive this anticipated release.
Over the past few years, Samsung launched the One UI Beta program for seven countries: China, South Korea, Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, India, and the United States. But this time it could be available in more markets.
Earlier, we reported that Samsung may bring the One UI beta program for the Galaxy S23 series to users in Canada as well. According to tipster Tarun, the One UI 6 beta could appear in about a dozen more markets, including the Middle East, North America, and Southeast Asia.
One UI 6 Beta is expected to be available in the following countries:
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- United Arab Emirates (UAE)
- United Kingdom (UK)
- United States of America (USA)
However, the above list is not been confirmed by Samsung. The question of whether Samsung will expand the Beta availability to global markets remains unanswered at this point. However, in the upcoming days, the company may initiate the Beta activity in South Korea, and subsequently, in major markets like the US.
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