Exclusive: Galaxy S23 One UI 6 beta is coming the third week of July!

Last update: June 16, 2023 at 15:45 UTC+02:00

samsung Fans have been waiting patiently to get a taste of Android 14. Google released the developer beta for the next major iteration earlier this year. Since Samsung has its own beta program, users have to wait for the One UI 6.0 beta to arrive.

The company’s pilot program may start this year sooner rather than later. We hear that the One UI 6.0 beta for the Galaxy S23 series will start rolling out in the third week of July. Other compatible devices will receive the beta shortly thereafter.

It’s time to start the countdown to the One UI 6.0 beta days!

We reported a few days ago that the first One UI 6.0 beta update is likely to be released once the Android 14 beta achieves stability. With Android 14 Beta 3, the software has now reached platform stability, which means Samsung can now move forward and release its beta program.

The company has already started laying the groundwork for this. I started updating apps with One UI 6.0 support a few weeks ago. It’s a great sign for people who own Samsung One UI 6.0 compatible devices, as they will soon be able to try out the latest version of Android and One UI.

Based on what we hear, Samsung will likely release the first beta of One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy S23 series in the third week of July. The beta will gradually be rolled out to other devices as well. July is shaping up to be a busy month for Samsung as the company will also unveil its new foldable phones on July 27.

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The launch of the One UI 6.0 beta in late July means we’re definitely looking forward to a public release of One UI 6.0 before the end of this year. If the pace of the past year is any indication, Samsung may not make us wait more than two months from the time the beta rolls out until the final public release.

As always, we’ll dive into all the new changes once we’re able to beta test One UI 6.0. Stay tuned!

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