Samsung Galaxy S23 series: Android 14 and One UI 6 in July

According to a new report, the Android 14 beta with One UI 6 for Galaxy phones could arrive as early as the third week of July.
Android 14 Cinematic Lockscreen

For those who are among the likely billions of people who own a Samsung smartphone, you may already have been wondering when you will be able to try the Android 14 beta. And whether it comes directly with One UI 6. For owners of a Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+ or Galaxy S23 Ultra, the answer may come sooner than expected.

Last week, Android 14 reached a major milestone with Beta 3, bringing the operating system to platform stability. This step is a milestone because the new version of the operating system is almost complete and developers can adapt and test their apps. Manufacturers like Samsung can start customizing their skins. And in the case of the Koreans, start their own One UI 6 beta program.

According to a report by SamMobile, the One UI 6 beta for Galaxy smartphones could arrive as early as the third week of July. The first candidates would be the smartphones of the Galaxy S23 series. Further updates for other compatible devices should follow in a timely manner, but there is no fixed schedule yet. However, Samsung has also updated many older devices in the past and has received a lot of praise also from us for its long support windows.

Last month, the tech giant already started updating apps to support One UI 6. So it’s only a matter of time before Galaxy S23 owners will get the first Android 14 beta. In December, Samsung announced that the release of One UI 5 was its fastest rollout yet. The company also said it will continue to work to speed up the process even more in future releases.


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