Samsung Galaxy F23 finally gets Android 14-based One UI 6.0 stable update


Samsung has started distributing the One UI 6 update to all the Galaxy devices that were previously running on the beta program, but some devices, like the Galaxy F23, have stuck with the beta program. It received the fourth beta update back in mid-last month, and now, fortunately, the company has started the program and finally brought the stable update to devices.

The Galaxy F23 device is released in limited countries; it has been spotted getting the update in India. With the firmware version number E236BXXU5DWL2 and a software package of 488MB, it also includes the latest security patch in the form of the December 2023 security patch, which will enhance the overall security of the devices.

The One UI 6 is the latest major update that is available for all Galaxy devices. It includes several new features and improvements in the software that bring new enhancements under different built-in applications, including Camera, Gallery, Weather, Samsung Internet, and many more. If you want to get a full tour and get more information about the update, you can visit this article.

Moreover, if you want to get a whole new experience from your device, then you should update it to the latest major software version. It is worth noticing that currently the update is available for beta-enrolled devices, and later it will be available publicly. It is important to note that this will be the last major update for the Galaxy F23 device, but the device will still receive security updates for two more years.

If you are also using the Galaxy F23 device mentioned above in India, now you can easily update them by following some simple steps: First, open the system settings, then tap on the software update menu and touch the download and install option. Wait for some time to finish the searching; if it shows a new update available, then tap on the download button.