Samsung Released One UI 6.0 (Android 14) for seven mid-range Galaxy devices in multiple countries

Samsung generally follows a pattern for updating Galaxy devices in terms of providing the One UI update. In this rule, the company first provides the update to the highest and latest devices, then gradually expands the update to other midrange and less popular devices. The same is happening with One UI 6.0; the company has already rolled out the update for almost all the popular and high-end devices. Now that it is moving forward, the company is rolling out the update for the remaining devices.

Notably, seven Galaxy devices are getting the One UI 6.0 update, including the Galaxy M13, Galaxy M04, Galaxy A05, Galaxy A05s, Galaxy A04, Galaxy A04e, and Galaxy F04. For pepper identification, the user can also check the firmware version number for these devices.

The Galaxy M13 is spotted getting the One UI 6.0 update in Europe and India with the firmware version numbers M135FXXU4DXA1 and M135FUXXU5DXA1, respectively. The Galaxy A05 and Galaxy A05s update carry the firmware version numbers A055FXXU2BWL6 and A057FXXU2BXA8, respectively. The A05 is spotted getting the update in Indonesia, India, and Russia, while the Galaxy A05s are getting new updates in Indonesia.

The Galaxy A04 is getting new updates in India and Russia with the firmware version numbers A045FXXU4DXB2 and A045FXXU4DXA6, respectively. The Galaxy A04e is receiving a new update in India with the firmware version number A042FXXU6DXA2. The Galaxy F04 is getting a new update in India with the firmware version number E045FXXU6DXA2.

Going to the details of the new update, it is one of the major updates that is coming with a lot of significant features for the Galaxy devices. The update has brought several new features under the multiple existing applications, including Quick Panel, lock screen, home screen, multitasking, Samsung keyboard, content sharing, weather, Gallery, and many more.

If you are also using the above-mentioned devices, then you can update the devices now. To do it, you just need to go to the system settings, tap on the software update menu, wait for it until it finishes searching, and then tap on the download option. If you haven’t received the update yet, you will have to wait a few days, as it may take some time to reach every unit of the devices.

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