While the update to stable Android 14 is still pending for Pixel phones, Samsung is moving quickly with its testing. They’ve started the One UI 6 beta program for Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra phones, beginning in South Korea.
Before this, the One UI 6.0 beta was available for the Galaxy S22 series, but now Samsung is ready to test the new interface based on Android 14 with Galaxy S21 users.
People who own Galaxy S21 phones in South Korea can already sign up for the One UI 6.0 beta program through the Samsung Members app. Samsung is currently accepting applications; although the software isn’t active yet, it could become available at any time. As usual, Samsung warns that beta programs can have some risks, like encountering bugs or possibly losing personal data.
The One UI 6.0 beta comes with many changes to the system, such as tweaks to the notification panel and quick settings, a new blur effect, a different font, more options for customizing the lock screen and Always On Display, clearer notifications, a separate battery menu, updates to pre-installed apps, and new camera widgets, among other things.
The beta program for One UI 6.0, based on Android 14, should expand to other countries soon. For the Galaxy S23 series, the testing includes South Korea, the United States, Germany, Poland, the United Kingdom, and India, so it’s likely that the Galaxy S21 series will also get this update in these regions.
How to join One UI 6.0 beta program for Galaxy S21 Series
In case you follow us from one of these countries, know that the beta will be accessible from the Samsung Members app: just sign up by pressing on the appropriate banner and go to look for updates in the classic way, following the path “Settings > Software Update > Download and Install“.
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