Samsung released the first One UI 6.0 beta for the Galaxy S23 in August. Since then, there have been multiple beta builds, and just a few hours ago, the sixth beta update began rolling out in India. Germany, Poland, the UK, and the United States have also joined in on the update, expanding its availability.
This new beta, called version ZWJ6, is about 900MB in size. The official changelog doesn’t give too many details but mentions some improvements in touch sensitivity and overall software stability. There are also several other changes listed under the “many other improvements” section.
Looking at these changes and the progress made in the past month, it seems like the stable One UI 6.0 build for the Galaxy S23 is getting closer. It wouldn’t be surprising if the stable build becomes available next week or so. Among all the Samsung Galaxy devices, the Galaxy S23 is likely to be the first to receive the stable One UI 6.0 update.
The One UI 6.0 beta 6, based on Android 14, should expand to other countries in the coming days. The update is currently rolling out in India, Poland, the UK, the US, and Germany. 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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