Samsung has begun rolling out One UI 6.0 for the customers of the Galaxy S23 series in the three selective regions of the United States, Germany, and South Korea. But there were reportedly a lot of faults and flaws in the initial beta update, which disappointed the users, as Android 14-based One UI 6.0 was the most anticipated update that everyone had been waiting for. The major flaw that was posed in the first open beta is within the animations. The animations and transitions sometimes do not work properly.
But it isn’t the cause, as the company will address the flaws with the second open beta version of its upcoming beta release. The tipster, Ice Universe, has stated that there will be excellent progression in animations in One UI 6.0 beta 2, which was shared on Twitter. The release of an updated version of One UI 6.0 is expected by the end of this month or in the first week of next month.
Other than the animations, other issues such as the inability to add widgets to the home screen, poor battery life, issues with color palettes, incorrect arrangement of UI elements, and inconsistencies in the wallpaper switcher’s display in the user display So we can even expect progression in these flaws too. Included features are the eye comfort shield, dark mode, and brightness slider.
One UI 6.0 also brings quick toggle settings, new emojis, notification styles, and positioning choices for lockscreen. The customization has become easier by just swiping in the directions. The weather app was also updated, along with the widgets. The final stable version will be released at the end of 2023; though no specific date has been given, it is almost certain that there will be a minimum of five beta versions of software before rolling out to premium smartphones.
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