The One UI 6.0 rollout was made available to the Galaxy S23 series, and pretty soon all the eligible Galaxy devices will be receiving the update. Samsung is increasing the frequency with which it releases software updates. The firm has gotten a fresh beta version virtually every week in recent weeks. Also, the One UI 6 beta 5 update has now been published for the owners of the Galaxy S23 series. Even though the South Korean tech didn’t reveal the official list of Galaxy devices that will receive the update, but we have a hands-on prediction list.
Samsung Galaxy Devices Get One UI 6 (Android 14) Beta
- Galaxy S series:
- Galaxy Z series:
- Galaxy Z Fold 5
- Galaxy Z Fold 4
- Galaxy Z Fold 3
- Galaxy Z Flip 5
- Galaxy Z Flip 4
- Galaxy Z Flip 3
- Galaxy A series:
- Galaxy M series:
- Galaxy M54
- Galaxy M53
The flagship S series and the foldable series may receive the One UI 6.0 rollout most likely, but it is doubtful for the affordable A and M range smartphones. A post from the official community moderator, which was shared a few days ago, revealed that the One UI 6 update is soon coming to the foldables within October, and that is all we can hope for.
The One UI 6 software update brought a great set of features to Android, such as:
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth now have their own rows at the top of the QS panel, while new functions like eye comfort mode and dark mode have been added.
- A camera widget, which serves as a separate shortcut for user-preset camera modes rather than a live viewfinder, is another new feature.
- In the app drawer, you can now check for long-press functionality exclusive to a particular app.
- The Quick Settings (QS) panel is one of the most significant features among them all.
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