As compared to last year, Samsung has delayed bringing a new One UI skin update for this year; however, the company is still ahead of other Android smartphone manufacturers. In early August, the company started the One UI 6 program for the devices. Initially, the company introduced the beta program to the Galaxy S23 devices, then expanded it to more eligible devices, but before exploring them, let’s learn more about One UI 6.
The One UI 6 is one of the major updates from Samsung, which brings a lot of new improvements as well as many convenient features for users. According to the changelog, the update will refresh the Quick Panel with several new improvements. It will bring two new widgets, including a custom camera, which brings a shortcut for camera modes and insight, and a weather widget that brings more information on the screen about the weather.
Along with this, the update will also add some new features in the two important stock applications, including Camera and Gallery; likewise, there are a lot of new changes made for the device with the new update. If you want a quick tour of all the features, then you can check out this article.
If we talk about the availability of updates for all the eligible devices, then it will take more than four for five months. However, the high-end devices that belong to the mid- to premium range will get the updates initially, so based on the previous update expansion, it is expected that the popular and latest high-end devices that have already been running in the One UI 6 beta program will get the update in the next couple of months. Let’s check out which devices are running beta programs.
One UI 6 Stable Update Availability
One UI 6 Beta Version Availability
Galaxy Z series:
Galaxy S series:
Galaxy A series:
Galaxy M Series:
Galaxy F series:
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