Earlier, we reported that Samsung would delay the One UI 6 beta 2 for testers. The reason behind this may be that Samsung could expand the existing beta version to more markets. Informatively, Samsung has officially announced on community the One UI 6 beta will be live in China tomorrow. And at the same time, it could also be available for India, Poland, and the United Kingdom.
It is worth noticing that the latest One UI 6 beta update will be available for Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra users. The update is only available for those users who will participate in the One UI 6 beta program. So if you want to get the beta update on your device, you have to upgrade the Samsung Members app to the latest version. Then follow these steps to properly get enrolled in the beta program.
In the One UI 6 beta program, you will get early access to the all-new features of the upcoming system upgrades, as per the changelog of the One UI 6 beta, which has been introduced in other countries including Germany, South Korea, and the US. The update will add many new features to the different system-level apps, including Quick Panel, Lock Screen, Home Screen, Multitasking, Samsung Keyboard, and many more.
The One UI 6 beta is currently limited to the Galaxy S23 smartphones, but it will soon be available to more Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy S22, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Z Fold 4. However, currently, Samsung is focusing on expanding the update to more countries; there are four more countries remaining where the company has to introduce the beta program.
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