The Android 14 stable update is now available for Samsung. For the Galaxy S23 series, the company has issued the major Android update, One UI 6.0. Both beta and non-beta users can access it in a number of European nations. More markets, including the US, should be included in the rollout. In the upcoming weeks, other Galaxy models will use the same methodology.
Galaxy S23 series received stable Android 14 update
Since the first half of August, Samsung has started making the One UI 6.0 update, which is based on Android 14, available for public beta testing. It issued hundreds of beta builds for other models and up to nine beta builds for the Galaxy S23 series during this time. It began delivering the stable version to the newest flagships in Europe earlier today. Naturally, beta testers received it first. Others, though, didn’t have to wait very long for Samsung.
S91*BXXU3BWJM is the first stable build number for the Android 14 firmware for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra in Europe. The OTA (over-the-air) package is around 360MB in size for beta users. For non-Beta users, it requires a 3GB download, though. Keep in mind that the model and region of the device may affect the build number and OTA size. However, the changelog won’t change.
In relation to the changelog, there is a lot to discuss because this is a significant Android OS update. One UI 6.0 offers a lot, from UI adjustments and new features to functional enhancements for already-existing features and stock apps. Your experience with your Galaxy smartphone will be greatly enhanced by this update. Please see our post regarding the features of One UI 6.0.
It is anticipated that Samsung will release this update for the Galaxy S23 series in other markets shortly. In the upcoming days, keep an eye out for a notification encouraging you to download a new software update if you’re using any of the three models. To update your phone to Android 14, tap the notification and adhere to the on-screen directions. To manually check for updates, you can also go to Settings > Software Update and select Download and Install.
The Galaxy S23 series has made it easier for Samsung to release Android 14. Now, the business will go swiftly through the remaining models that meet the requirements, giving preference to flagships. Like the previous year, a roadmap for every market ought to be released soon. You’ll locate a guide map for it in the Samsung Members app.
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