Samsung pushes One UI 6 beta 7 updates to Galaxy S23 in China


Samsung initially started the One UI 6 beta program with the Galaxy S23 device, and it is continuously sending new beta updates for the device. It is now getting the seventh beta update, which indicates that the company may bring the One UI 6 stable update in a few days.

Samsung Galaxy S23 gets One UI 6 beta 7 in China

Samsung has rolled out the latest beta update in China. It is technically the sixth beta update, but as per the version number, it is similar to the seventh beta update. It is coming with the firmware version number S91*0ZCU2ZWJC and weighs 696.30 MB in software size. It is also worth noticing that the new beta update is coming with a one-month older security patch and a two-month older security patch in the form of August 2023. Earlier, the update was available in other countries, including Poland.

The new beta update fixes bugs

The One UI 6 beta 7 brings some fixes that improve the functioning of several existing system-level applications, such as: Fixed the problem that the shortcut panel could not be opened on the home screen. It fixed the problem that long-pressing the power key input could not be recognized, resolved the issue that makes the notification bar area unclickable, and improved the problem of slow response.

Along with this, the new beta update also resolves the issue related to camera crashes and startup failures and also improves the slow phone startup, improving the problem of flickering when the screen is rotated.

The Galaxy S23 device was launched back in February. The device comes with One UI 5.1 based on Android 13 preinstalled. As Samsung promised, the device is eligible to get at least four major Android updates, and now with One UI 6, it will get the first update, which will give several new functionalities for the device. It is expected that Samsung could release the One UI 6 stable version in the next couple of weeks.

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