Samsung has introduced the Galaxy F23 back in 2022. This device is one of the most affordable midrange devices. It is promised by Samsung that the company will only give two major software updates to the smartphone, where one is already in the form of One UI 5 based on Android 13 and the other is coming One UI 6, and Samsung has already started preparing it by testing the beta updates.
Moving forward, the company has already released three One UI 6 beta updates, and now it is rolling out the fourth beta update for the device. The latest beta update is coming with firmware version ZWK2. It comes with a changelog, which brings a lot of new fixes that resolve different issues related to mobile data disconnecting, lock screen wallpaper, and secure folder shortcuts. For more information, you can check the official changelog below.
One UI 6 beta 4 changelog for Galaxy F23
- Bugs that have been fixed
- Improved overall device stability
- Fixed mobile data disconnecting issue
- Supported Discover tab view
- Improved camera stability
- Fixed lock screen wallpaper issue
- fixed the secure folder shortcuts issue
If you are using the Galaxy F23, then you can easily install the new beta update on your device. However, there is a little catch: to get this update, you have to enroll your device in the One UI 6 beta program. In case you haven’t done it yet, you can still do that by following these simple steps.
As far as the One UI 6 stable version is concerned, there is no confirmation available, but as the device is properly receiving the beta updates, it is expected that the company will start distributing the update after giving it to other high-end devices.
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