The One UI 6 skin update will bring major changes for Galaxy devices, so Galaxy users are very excited about it. To boost the excitement, here is the good news: Samsung has released the official changelog of One UI 6 in the SDC, which indicates that the company could release the update anytime, but it could be limited to the Galaxy S23 because other Galaxy devices like the Galaxy S22 are running in the beta phase. To do further development, the company has released the second beta update for the device.
Samsung brings the Galaxy S23 One UI 6 beta update to the UK
Samsung introduced the first One UI 6 beta update in the last week of September for Galaxy S22 devices, and wasting no more time, the company has now released the second beta update for the devices. Currently, the second One UI beta is live in the UK with firmware version number ZWJ3, but is expected to be expanded to more countries in the coming days. The new beta update also brings the latest security patch with it: October 2023. The new update comes in a total software package of more than 1 GB.
What comes with the One UI 6 beta 2 update?
According to the changelog, there is no new feature that arrived with the update, but it includes several fixes and improvements. It improved icon disappearance when charging the Home layout with no gesture hint. The issue of not seeing icons or not touching the Quick Panel in specific situations Along with other improvements, the new update also resolves the app crash problems that come with some applications like Smart Surge, Launcher, Camera, etc.
The One UI 6 Beta 2 for Galaxy S22 devices is currently live in the UK and is expected to be expanded to the other six beta participant countries. If you are using the Galaxy S22 and haven’t enrolled your device in the beta program, you can still register for it and take advantage of it. To learn how to register, check out this article.
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