Samsung has introduced the One UI 6 update to several devices, which come from different series, including the Galaxy A, Galaxy S, Galaxy Z, and Galaxy F. It is worth noticing that this time Samsung has added more devices for the One UI 6 beta program, and two of them are surprising and exciting at the same time. We are talking about the Galaxy F23 and Galaxy A52s.
Galaxy A52s gets One UI 6 beta in South Korea
Samsung has officially opened the One UI 6 beta program for Galaxy A52s devices in South Korea. The user can now join the program by registering their device in the beta program. However, before joining the beta program, it should be made clear that when you join and install the beta update on your device, the device may get some issues that may bother you because it is a part of testing that will come with some bugs. So if you don’t want to be disturbed by annoying bugs, then you should wait for the stable update.
But if you want to enjoy all the new features on your device and want someone to give you feedback on the development of One UI 6 for your device, then you can go for it. To join the beta program on your device, first install the Samsung Members app, open the application, tap on the One UI beta program banner, agree with the terms and conditions, and tap on the register button. Once it’s done, you will get a new software update on your device within a few minutes, and then you can enjoy all the new features after installing the new update.
The One UI 6 Beta update is based on Android 14, which arrives with a bunch of new features and improvements, including a redesigned interface like Quick Panel, an enhanced weather app, new default fonts and emojis in the Samsung keyboard, lock screen features, custom camera widgets, and more.
The Galaxy A52s device was launched back in 2021, and the device came with Android 11 preinstalled. Moving forward, it has received two more major Android updates, and now it is running on Android 13. Samsung has promised to give at least three major updates to the device; therefore, it is still eligible for Android 14 and One UI 6 updates, which will be the last update. It is expected that the device could get the One UI 6 stable update in the next couple of months.
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