Last month, Samsung introduced the One UI 6.0 beta in several countries. In the first phase, the company introduced the new beta update in three countries, including Germany, the US, and South Korea. In the second phase, the company expanded it to more countries, including India, Poland, and the UK, but it hasn’t released it in China. But now the wait is over, as the company has released its first beta update in China.
One UI 6 beta brought many new features
One UI 6 beta will come with similar changes as the company has introduced in other parts of the world, as we haven’t got any official changelog for China. So it is expected that the new beta update will come with several new features that will be available in different existing applications, including Quick Panel, Lock Screen, Home Screen, Multitasking, Samsung Keyboard, Content Sharing, Weather, and many more.
Additionally, the update has brought several improvements under functions like accessibility, settings, myfiles, Finder, smart suggestions, Bixby text calls, modes, routines, etc.
One UI 6.0 Beta update rolling out for Galaxy S23 Series in China
Samsung is rolling out the first beta of One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy S23 series in China with build number ZWHO and a package size of around 2.7GB. However, we’d like to inform you that this build number was previously spotted in India, Poland, and the United Kingdom during the second phase of the One UI beta program. Additionally, users who participated in the first phase received it in the form of Beta 2.
Who can join the One UI 6 beta program?
Currently, Samsung has opened One UI 6 for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra users. So if you own these devices, then you will be eligible to install the beta updates; however, to get these updates, you have to first register your devices from the Samsung Members app. Once you register, you will automatically get the new update.
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