We are getting closer to the official Android 14 release for Pixel phones, and it seems Samsung users won’t have to wait much longer either. Samsung is actively testing the One UI 6 Beta on some of its devices, with the latest update being the fourth One UI 6 beta for the Galaxy S23 series.
The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra were the first to receive the Android 14-based One UI 6 update at the end of last month. Just a few days ago, the devices also received a small hotfix update after the third beta release. It appears that Samsung is picking up the pace, and we might anticipate the stable build arriving soon, expected next month.
The One UI 6 Beta 4 for Galaxy S23 is rolling out with build version ZWIC. Unlike a small hotfix, it fixes a bunch of bug fixes. The changelog include three fixes, but there could be more fixes. Here the official changelog.
Galaxy S23 One UI 6 Beta 4 Changelog
Bugs that have been fixed
- Fixed the problem that occured after retrying to login to Samsung Pass, after logging out of Samsung Pass or Samsung account
- Fixed the problem with Voice recognition not responding to the phrase “answer the phone”
for the incoming calls
- Fixed the problem when launching Google Assistant by swiping up in the gesture mode of the navigation bar
- Numerous other improvements
- Motion photo is not available
- Enabling Maintenance Mode causes
If you registered for the One UI 6 beta on your Galaxy S23 phone, you will receive the fourth beta update. Currently, it appears that the update is available in India and the US, but it should soon become available in other regions, if not available already. To check for the update, navigate to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.