Samsung has rolled out One UI 6-based Android 14’s first beta update for the Galaxy S23 devices. In the beta update, the company has showcased a bunch of new features and improvements that will enhance the user experience on Galaxy devices. The beta program is now available in select countries, including South Korea, Germany, and the US. But in the US, the new beta update is only available to a limited number of Galaxy S23 devices due to carrier restrictions.
One UI 6 Beta Program in the USA
The One UI 6.0 beta version is available to those users who own unlocked Galaxy S23 devices, including the Galaxy S23 base, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. On the other hand, those users will get access to the beta program for T-Mobile-bound devices. While other users (Like AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc.) will not get early access, they will be directly served with the stable update of the One UI 6 version.
Note: However, the beta program will also expand for other Galaxy models like, Galaxy S22, Fold4, Flip4, Fold5, Flip5, and S21 on the Unlocked and T-Mobile users.
How to join the OneUI 6 beta program
As we discussed the eligible Galaxy S23 devices for the One UI 6 beta program, it is also worth noticing that you should have to apply first to get the new software update, so follow the steps to apply for the new One UI 6 beta program.
- Head to the Samsung Members app.
- Log in to your Samsung account and tap on the Registration for One UI 6.0 Beta Program banner.
- Fill out the form and complete the enrollment process.
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