Samsung is preparing for its highly anticipated launch event scheduled for this month on July 26. But not only the hardware launch, the company is also going to release the One UI 6 beta which will be based on Android 14. Samsung is testing the One UI 6 internally for a while now which means the beta is quite close.
Google is currently in the final phase of beta testing and is expected to release the stable version of Android 14 for Pixel phones soon. Other OEMs will still need to work on beta testing before they can release Android 14 with their custom skins. For Samsung phones, it is going to be One UI 6.
Based on leaks, it is already known that Samsung is planning to release the One UI 6 Public Beta for the Galaxy S23, most likely before the event in July. However, as of now, the beta version has not been made available.
Sammobile has reported that Samsung is currently conducting internal testing of the One UI 6 beta for the Galaxy S23 Ultra in South Korea. Previously, the internal beta had been spotted in India and Europe.
Considering Samsung’s usual pattern of releasing the One UI beta first in South Korea and then in other regions, the existence of the internal beta in South Korea suggests that the One UI 6 beta release could be closer than expected.
Currently, there is limited information available regarding what to expect from One UI 6, apart from the features that come with Android 14. However, we can anticipate general enhancements such as improved animations, security upgrades, minor UI changes, and more.
We have compiled every One UI 6 information into one place that you can check by heading here.
The One UI 6 Beta will first release for the Galaxy S23 series followed by some other flagship devices and one or two mid-range phones. The stable One UI 6 will also start with the Galaxy S23 series which will start either from October end or Starting November. If there are any updates we will share them with you.