Later this month, Samsung is anticipated to begin distributing the stable One UI 6.0 upgrade, which is based on Android 14, to compatible Galaxy handsets. The company is testing the significant update in advance through open beta programs for a variety of devices, including foldables, S-series flagships, and certain mid-range models. For the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A34, new beta builds have recently been released. The most recent Galaxy S22 beta version is currently widely accessible as well.
They are receiving the second One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A34
About two months ago, Samsung started the public beta testing of One UI 6.0. First to receive the beta update was the Galaxy S23 series. Since then, the firm has made beta versions of the Galaxy S22, S21, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy A54, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A34 available, though not necessarily in that sequence. For several of these phones, it has issued numerous beta builds in the interim.
The second One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A34 has just been released. For registered users in India, the most recent build is accessible. For the former, the construction number ends with ZWJ1, and for the latter, ZWJ2. The OTA (over-the-air) package for both models is just around 1GB in size. In the changelog, several defects that were present in the initial version are mentioned as being fixed, including problems with widgets, Samsung Wallet, and the camera app.
You may check for fresh updates in the Settings app if you’ve signed up for Samsung’s One UI 6.0 beta program. Those who are interested in taking part in this beta test can use the Samsung Members app to check whether the program is offered in their nation. One UI 6.0 beta is accessible for the Galaxy S23 series in China, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, the UK, and the US. For most other models, it is restricted to fewer nations.
Second beta update for the Galaxy S22 series is now widely available
The second One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series was made available by Samsung last week. UK users were the first to use it. It is now available in other markets, including India. The latest build has an OTA file size of roughly 1.4GB and the version number ZWJ3. It also includes several bug fixes. The quick settings panel, cameras, the app launcher, and other problems have all been fixed by Samsung.
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