Samsung is trying its best to expand the One UI 6 beta update to eligible devices, most of which belong to the Galaxy Z and Galaxy S lineups. It is worth noticing that the company has already rolled out the One UI 6 stable update to the Galaxy S23 devices, which is expanding to the remaining units. On the other side, the company is also trying to take the beta program forward with new updates for other devices as well.
Like now, the Galaxy S21 series device is getting the third beta update in South Korea. It is coming with firmware version number ZWK5. According to the changelog, the latest update comes with improvements for the overall software; however, the Korean giant hasn’t shared any specific details about the improvements.
Apart from these, the changelog also mentions that there are issues related to financial applications, including Shinhan China SOL, Good Pay, Keukeu Sangsang Plus Digital Bank, and Sejong Women’s Exhibition, which means you have to wait for another update to get rid of this issue.
For your information, One UI 6 is the latest skin update for Samsung, which will be based on Android 14. With this update, you will get a plethora of new features included in several top-level applications, such as a camera, gallery, photo editor, home screen, and many more.
The latest beta update will be available only for those users who have enrolled their device in the beta program; however, you can still get into the program just by registering your device. To do that, simply follow these steps.
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