Samsung Galaxy S23 is quickly receiving One UI 6 development updates. In the last few days, the Korean giant has actively rolled out new updates for the device. Last week, the company released eight beta updates, which came with some fixes, but it seems some of the bugs were still left, so now it is receiving one more beta update.
What’s new in the One UI 6 beta 9 update?
Samsung has rolled out a new beta update for the Galaxy S23 device, which comes with firmware version number ZWJM (last letters). The update has been spotted live in several countries, including Germany, Poland, the US, South Korea, and the UK. With the latest update, the company hasn’t specified the changes made to the software, but it has said that some bugs have been fixed, which means you will get enhanced performance from your device.
The latest beta update doesn’t bring any further known issues, which means it may be the final software update that will give clearance for the One UI 6 stable version. According to the information, it is expected that Samsung could release a stable update in a few days.
One UI 6.0 features
For your information, One UI 6 is the latest major skin for Galaxy devices, which will bring several new features and improvements to enhance the user’s experience on the devices. According to the official changelog, you will get a bulk of new features, which will come under several existing system-level applications like Samsung Keyboard, Quick Panel, Samsung Internet, Gallery, Camera, and many more.
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