The stable release of One UI 6 is on the horizon, expected to launch in a few weeks for eligible Samsung devices. Samsung, the Korean OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer), is making steady progress during the Android 14 beta testing phase, efficiently delivering the new One UI version to numerous devices. Currently, the company is in the process of releasing the seventh beta for the Galaxy S23 lineup as part of its preparations for the upcoming public release.
Samsung continues its diligent efforts to refine the user experience for Galaxy S23 users by rolling out the One UI 6 Beta 7 yesterday in India, South Korea, and the USA. It aims to address numerous bugs and issues that users have encountered in previous versions. And now the update has landed in Germany and the UK.
Galaxy S23 users in three countries are currently receiving the One UI 6 Beta 7 update, which addresses several bugs and brings notable improvements. The update comes in at a size of approximately 780MB, indicating significant changes. In this latest beta release, many issues have been resolved, building upon the previous Beta 6.
Specifically, the touch issue that users encountered when closing one app and quickly opening another has been resolved, providing a smoother transition between applications. However, it’s worth noting that the issue related to the gallery app has not been fully addressed, and it remains present in this Beta 7. Samsung’s commitment to regular updates and bug fixes is evident in their continuous efforts to enhance the user experience for Galaxy S23 users.
The beta 7 update has gradually started rolling out to the Galaxy S23 in the form of software version ZWJC. The update includes the following bug fixes:
- Bugs that have been fixed
- Fixed the issue that Quick Panel sometimes can not be opened on Home Screen
- Improved screen blinking sometimes when rotating horizontally / vertically
- Improved boot slow encryption call algorithm
- Fixed the issue of the long input of the 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
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