Samsung has always been at the forefront of adopting new technologies and operating system versions. Recently, it was learned that the South Korean giant is testing its One UI 6.0 interface based on the Android 14 operating system. The company was reported to be able to launch the beta program this week.
The launch of the public beta is expected to begin with the Galaxy S23 series, but it will not be limited to this model: the flagships of previous generations should also receive the update.
Samsung already started internal testing of One UI 6.0
In fact, some information reveals that devices in the Galaxy lineup were identified on Samsung’s internal servers, during testing the new firmware version. According to the reports, some Galaxy devices are in progress for the One UI 6 test, such as the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy A54, Galaxy A34, Galaxy A52s, and Galaxy A52. The most anticipated One UI 6.0 upgrade rollout from Samsung may begin in October of this year.
But as for the initial phase, the corporation will upgrade flagship models. Before 2023 is through, the Android 14 upgrade ought to be sent to all compatible smartphones and tablets. With the help of the straightforward app, Checkfirm, Samsung customers can find the most recent official, and test builds for their handset in any CSC. This application is offered by Google Play Store, which provides accessibility to every user.
Internal One UI 6.0 Beta builds, which are active on the relevant devices, can be found on this platform. To join the One UI 6.0 Beta Program, switch to the Samsung Members app, and expand inbox notices by tapping the banner. After this, choose One UI Beta Registrations. Terms and conditions are presented when comprehensive information about the beta program is provided. In the end, press the Enrol button and wait for a few minutes.
One UI 6.0 Beta Program
According to several rumors, Samsung will launch the One UI 6.0 beta program this week, while the release of the stable version could take place between August and September. This means that users won’t have to wait long before they can explore the new features and optimizations introduced in One UI 6.0 and Android 14.
We just have to wait to know the official details and see which Samsung devices will receive this important update first. More details will emerge in the coming weeks, as the beta program approaches launch.
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