Samsung One UI 6.0 Beta Program Goes Live in more countries

Samsung is launching today the second phase of the One UI 6 beta program for the new version of its One UI; it is obviously based on Android 14, which will allow users to have an even more personalized experience. As always, the manufacturer initially focuses on the latest S-series flagships and makes the Android 14 beta available for the Samsung Galaxy S23Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra.

The One UI 6.0 Beta program was initially made available in Germany, Korea, and the US, but now Samsung has expanded the beta program to more countries. Unfortunately, it is now reserved for the India Poland and the UK. It is not to be excluded that with the later versions, the manufacturer can expand the availability to China in a few hours or a couple of days.

You can join the One UI 6.0 and Android 14 test programs through Samsung Members by switching to the appropriate banner on the main screen of the app. Once you have registered, just go to the settings exactly as with normal updates: “Settings > Software Update > Download and Install“.

The latest One UI 6.0 Beta update available to download for Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra with build numbers ZWHO with September 2023 Security Patch.

Samsung is telling us about a new version of their software called One UI 6.0 beta. They say it will make your experience on your device more personal, and they’ve made changes to apps and features.

These Samsung Galaxy phones will definitely get One UI 6.0 update

They made some parts look more modern, like the quick settings panel. It looks a bit like regular Android now, with buttons that are easier to tap (like for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth). They also added a blurry background, but we’re not sure why they did that because it doesn’t seem very modern. They also kept the old software buttons with a black bar at the bottom, but you can probably change them to use gestures.

With One UI 6, you can customize your device more. You can set different background pictures based on what you’re doing. They also added a new camera widget to help you choose where to save your photos. Samsung says they will add more new things as they keep working on it to make the system easier to use, more productive, and safer.

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