Samsung has opened the One UI 6 beta program for Galaxy S23 device users; however, currently, the testing is limited in some countries, including South Korea, Germany, and the US. It will be available in more countries in the coming days.
One UI 6.0 beta will be available in four more countries.
Every year, Samsung rolls out some major One UI updates for its Galaxy devices. Still, before distributing it to the public, the company tests the new functions in the beta stage, where beta testers give feedback, and the company improves the function on the basis of the experience.
Samsung has already declared that the beta testing of the new One UI will be available to a total of seven countries, of which three have already received the beta update. In the next phase, the beta program will be available in four more countries, including India, China, Poland, and the United Kingdom.
How do I participate in the beta program?
As said before, the One UI 6.0 beta is now live, so if you belong to any country, you can easily join the beta program by signing up through the Samsung Members app from your Galaxy S23 devices. Currently, the program is limited to this device, but it will be available to more Galaxy devices in the near future.
What’s new arriving with One UI 6.0?
Samsung, with the One UI 6.0 update, aims to provide some changes that provide more simplicity for users to use their devices. The update will bring several customization options that help to improve the personalization on the phone. Additionally, the company is claiming that the new One UI version will continue to strengthen the security and privacy of the Galaxy device so users can enjoy all the Galaxy ecosystem products without worrying about their safety.
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