Galaxy S23 could receive another One UI 6 beta before stable

Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series back in February this year, as it is the flagship device of the Galaxy S series, so it was introduced at the dedicated Galaxy Unpacked event. As usual, every year Samsung gives special treatment to the device, which you can also see now. For introducing the latest One UI skin beta update, Samsung initially chose the Galaxy S23 device.

Samsung Galaxy S23 has grabbed the initial One UI 6 beta update in mid-August, and then it has gradually received eight beta updates already, but still, there are some issues that may be left there, so the company may drop one more beta update in the coming days.

According to the information, a new One UI 6 test build is spotted on the test server, which has the firmware version number S91*BXXU3ZWJK. It is said to be the ninth beta version of the device. Compared to last year, this time Samsung is working more aggressively and aiming to make the One UI 6 stable version totally bug-free.

One UI 6.0 and Android 14 update schedule for Galaxy devices

If the One UI 6 beta 9 comes next week, then it could take a minimum of three to four days to test, which means this time we will have to wait some more days for the stable version as compared to last year.

Similar to the Galaxy S23, Samsung is also running the One UI 6 beta program on many other Galaxy devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold 5Flip 5Fold 4Flip 4S22S21A54A34A53, etc. However, we will see the first stable update on the Galaxy S23 devices, and then the company will gradually expand it to other devices.

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Thanks to “Tarun