Samsung Galaxy S23 owners can now enjoy One UI 6
If you’re interested in joining the beta program, simply register through the Samsung Members app.
Amid a storm of leaks, speculations, and rumors, the spotlight has been on One UI 6 for weeks.
Now, the curtain has finally been lifted, and Samsung Galaxy S23 owners in the United States, Germany, and South Korea have something to celebrate. Samsung has officially rolled out its latest One UI 6 beta.
While the beta update was initially scheduled for Thursday, it faced a setback and didn’t arrive until Friday. Samsung is yet to comment on the delay.
“Our mission with One UI is to reflect the unique preferences of our users in every aspect of their mobile experience,” noted Samsung’s Executive VP Janghyun Yoon in a press release. The press release added that it will pay attention to the user feedback on One UI 6 as the South Korean consumer-tech giant creates a “richer, more intuitive experience.”
What is One UI 6
Samsung One UI 6 is the sixth-major upgrade to Samsung’s home-grown Android OS, One UI.
It is built on Android 14 and offers several new and exciting features — from design updates, personalization options to enhanced security and less power consumption.
Typically, Samsung releases the latest and biggest updates to its Galaxy S23 flagships.
Samsung Galaxy S23 One UI 6 Update: What’s new?
- A new, simplified design: One UI 6 brings a sleeker look with updated icons, fonts, and colors. Quick Pandel has also received a revamp.
- More personalization options: The latest update gives you more customization options along with different lock screens, wallpapers, and fonts.
- Enhanced Productivity: You can now pin vital apps to the Recents menu and delay notifications to catch up later.
- Improved Security and Privacy: A new privacy dashboard lets you keep track of which apps have access to your data. Additionally, you can now set a lock screen for different modes, such as personal or work.
One UI 6 Beta Program: How to join?
As mentioned earlier, the latest One UI 6 beta program is currently exclusive to Samsung Galaxy S23 owners in the United States, Germany, and South Korea . The update is slated for release in other regions soon.
If you’re interested in joining the beta program, simply register through the Samsung Members app. Keep an eye out, as we expect the beta rollout to expand to the rest of Samsung’s devices soon.
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