Samsung Rolled Out One UI 6.0 (Android 14) Update To Galaxy A Series Devices

Samsung officially began to roll out the One UI 6.0 a month ago with its flagship series, the Galaxy S23 lineup, and then continued to roll out the latest update to other Galaxy devices as well. But quite surprisingly, Samsung released the One UI 6.0 update, which is based on Android 14, to its budget and mid-range Galaxy A devices in quick succession.

It’s always been the tradition by Samsung that it always begins rolling out the newly launched One UI update initially to its Galaxy flagship smartphones, and then it focuses on rolling out the update to its budget as well as mid-range smartphones, respectively. But Samsung has adopted the opposite approach; instead of focusing on its flagship series, the brand significantly shifts its attention to its Galaxy A series smartphones.

However, Samsung has recently rolled out its One UI 6.0-based Android 14 update to some selected markets, and the brand will gradually expand the availability of this latest update to other regions as well. Nevertheless, if you wanted to check whether your Galaxy A smartphone received the major OS update, then:

Go to Settings >> Software Update >> and finally click on the Download and Install option. If the update still isn’t available, then you need to wait for a while in order for it to be available in your region.

Samsung Galaxy A series Smartphones One UI 6.0-based Android 14:

Furthermore, Samsung introduced its latest major OS update, One UI 6.0, based on Android 14, with some new and interesting features as well as improvements. Here’s the complete list of Galaxy A series smartphones that’s eligible for this latest update:

  • Galaxy A14
  • Galaxy A14 5G
  • Galaxy A24
  • Galaxy A34
  • Galaxy A53
  • Galaxy A54
  • Galaxy A73

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