Samsung has just released the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy S21 series in the United States. They released this update in South Korea last month. More countries might soon get access to this beta update for the Galaxy S21.
The first beta update for the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra in the US, particularly for T-Mobile and Unlocked models, comes with firmware version S90*U1UEU9ZWJ2. It’s a 2.2GB update and includes the security patch for October 2023. To try out this beta software on your Galaxy S21 phone, you’ll need to download the Samsung Members app. After installing it, log in with your Samsung account that you use on your Galaxy S21 devices, and then click on the One UI 6.0 Beta Program banner on the app’s main screen.
The Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta brings many changes within the system: among them the changes to the notification panel and the quick settings (with some “touch” of Android stock), the full-bodied blur effect, the new font, the greater possibilities of customization of the lock screen and the Always On Display, the clearer separation of notifications, the return of the separate menu for the battery, the renewal of the various pre-installed apps, the new widgets for the camera and so on.
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