Just like other smartphone makers, Samsung is waiting for Google to release the newest version of Android, called Android 14, for certain Pixel phones. Once that happens, Samsung can start giving out the latest version of its own interface, called One UI 6.
Samsung, the big company from Korea, has already begun testing One UI 6 in a beta program. They’ve also improved it and offered it to some of their phones, like the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy A34, and Galaxy A54, but only in certain places. Even though Google has been slow in releasing Android 14, Samsung has decided to keep going. They just made One UI 6 beta available for the Galaxy A34 in India.
In the last few hours, the release of the latest beta version of the proprietary interface in India for the Samsung Galaxy A34 has started, with the firmware version A346EXXU4ZWI1. The update weighs about 2GB and is also expected to become available in a number of other markets over the next few hours, including China, Germany, and Poland (which, as you know, is not among the eligible markets).
Indian users can now register their Galaxy A34 thanks to the Samsung Members app, so they can access the One UI 6 beta program, thanks to which they will be able to preview a whole series of new features implemented by the company in the latest version of the proprietary interface. Want to find out in detail all the improvements to One UI 6? We leave you below our in-depth video. Good viewing.
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