Samsung Galaxy S23 is the first device to receive the One UI 6 beta update; in other words, the Korean giant opened the One UI 6 beta program initially for the device, and after that, the company has already rolled out the six beta updates for the device, and now it is getting one more update before going to stable.
Samsung Galaxy S23 gets more fixes with One UI 6.0 Beta 7
Samsung has released the seventh One 6 beta update for the Galaxy S23 device, which comes with firmware version ZWJC and comes with the same October 2023 security patch.
The changelog for One UI 6.0 Beta 7 outlines several key improvements and bug fixes in this beta version of Samsung’s user interface. First, it addresses a bug where the Quick Panel occasionally wouldn’t open on the Home Screen. Next, it mentions an enhancement to reduce screen blinking that occurred during horizontal or vertical rotations. The update also includes improvements related to boot speed and encryption calls, making the device’s startup process more efficient.
Furthermore, the changelog highlights a fix for an issue where the volume key didn’t respond correctly during proximity sensor operation. The Navigation Bar gesture, too, has been improved for better touch sensitivity, with ongoing efforts for further enhancement. Camera stability has been a focus as well, with improvements made to prevent crashes and failures. Lastly, the changelog mentions “many other improvements,” indicating that this update likely includes several smaller fixes and enhancements throughout the One UI 6.0 Beta 7, further refining the user experience.
As of writing, the latest One UI 6 beta 7 update has been spotted in South Korea, India, and the US. It is expected that it will soon be available in more regions in the next few days. Additionally, the new changelog doesn’t bring any new known fixes, which indicates that Samsung may release the One UI 6 beta update anytime for the Galaxy S23 devices.
Changelog: One UI 6.0 Beta 7-Fixed the issue that Quick Panel sometimes cannot be opened on Home Screen
-Improved screen blinking sometimes when rotating horizontally / vertically
-Improved boot slow encryption call algorithm
-Fixed the issue that long input of volume key is not recognized during proximity sensor operation
-Fixed the issue that Navigation Bar gesture cannot be touched. Slow further improvement
-Improvement of camera crash and failed
-Many other improvements
The latest update is only available for those users who have registered their device in the One UI beta program. However, you can still register your device by registering your device in the Samsung Member app. To learn more, you can visit this article.
Don’t miss our latest news on Samsung technology. Follow SamLover.com on your favorite social media platforms for instant notifications.
Meet RowKnee Shaw, our tech maestro at Sam Lover! Dive into the intricacies of One UI and ride the wave of Samsung Firmware updates with his expert guidance. From sleek navigation tips to the latest firmware gems, RowKnee Shaw is your go-to for unlocking the full potential of your Samsung device. Stay tuned for a tech journey like no other!