Samsung has opened the gates for the Android 14-based One UI 6 beta program for the Galaxy A54. The tech giant started testing One UI 6 beta on its flagship Galaxy S23 series last month. Now, in a surprising move, Samsung has expanded the beta program to its mid-range devices, the Galaxy A54 5G.
The One UI 6.0 beta based on Android 14 expands to other Samsung Galaxy smartphones: The test program is now available for the Galaxy A54 5G. However, this is currently limited to South Korean users, and a wider release could start in the coming week.
This latest Android version’s beta release on the Galaxy A54 is a surprise. Usually, the brand brings flagship handsets into the fold before the mid-range ones receive the same treatment.
Galaxy A54: How to Join One UI 6 Beta Program
Anyway, if you have a Korean unit of the Galaxy A54, you can get the One UI 6 Beta. Install the Samsung Members apps on your phone if they’re not already pre-installed. Inside the app, you’ll see a “One UI Beta Program” banner on the top; tap on it. After enrolling in the program by entering your details, you’d get the software update within a few minutes.
Moving forward, you’ll get subsequent beta releases and, of course, the final Android 14-based One UI 6 update. But before you tap on the install button, note that it’s a beta release and might come with bugs, so things might not function like usual. You’d reconsider installing the One UI 6 beta update if the Samsung Galaxy A54 is your primary device.
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