One UI 6 Rollout for Galaxy S23 Series Faces Unexpected Delays in Several Regions in the US


As far as the One UI 6 Android 14 update is concerned, the Galaxy S23 series is the first set of devices to receive the update. Starting on October 30th, the Galaxy S23 models received their One UI 6 Beta rollout. Even after receiving the newest software update, it seems the gadgets are still running on the previous OS, Android 13 One UI 5.1. At first glance, both Android 13 and S23 users are testing the Android 14 beta version. Every time it takes a few days for the manufacturer to reach out, you update the software in every country globally. But Samsung seems to have some issues, such as finding it hard to run their device on One UI 6 even after receiving the stable version of the update.

To the users of the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra, be rest assured if you are not able to update to the One UI 6 Android 14 update, as there are a lot of users expecting this issue. The reason behind this surely points to Samsung, as it takes a long time for the bigger software update. Whatever it is, the business will solve it soon. So users should wait for some time for the OS upgrade to get fully optimized. That’s most likely the case in this instance as well, as Samsung has been testing updated versions of One UI 6 in the USA and a few other nations (Canada, Australia, and Korea) since the end of October, when the initial rollout began. A fresh One UI 6 stable test build of the Galaxy S23 has reportedly been detected on the test server, indicating that Samsung is not only continuing testing but also drawing nearer to the stable upgrade in the United States.

One UI 6.0 Is About To Knock Galaxy Device Software Version

Not only the USA market but also the major Korean market has not received the Android 14 upgrade yet. All we need to do is wait for the upgrade to be available; waiting in longer terms may bring a more stable version of the upgrade.

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