Galaxy S21 gets One UI 6.0 Beta 3 in the US

Samsung has started rolling out a new beta update for Galaxy S21 devices. It is worth noting that its successor devices have already received the stable update on several carriers and regions, but as one of the older S series device companies, it has gradually developed the major update.

The latest One UI 6 beta update for the Galaxy S21 doesn’t bring any significant changes for the users, but if we go into detail in the changelog, it only says that bugs have been fixed, which improved the overall software stability. It is worth noting that the company doesn’t specify the known bug, so it is expected that the stable version may be available in the next few days.

The latest update for the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with firmware version numbers G991U1UEU9ZWK4, G996U1UEU9ZWK4, and G998U1UEU9ZWK4, respectively. The update also includes the latest security software in the form of a November 2023 patch. It is coming in a software package size of 552 MB and is available for the unlocked units. It already grabbed the update in Korea a few days ago.

If you have joined your Galaxy S21 device to the One UI 6 beta program, then you should start receiving the new update. To check it manually, you just need to open the software update menu, which is available under the main system settings of your device.

Samsung Official One UI 6.0 (Android 14) Update

The One UI 6 is part of the Samsung skin upgrade, which always provides some additional features to the users to enhance their productivity. In this update, the company has tried its best to pack a lot of new changes that make the device experience better. Here are some examples of new features, such as Auto Blocker, which protects your device from harmful viruses. Two new widgets are introduced, like a custom camera widget and a weather insight widget. There are several new features that came with the update. If you want to get a full tour, then visit this article.

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