Samsung Galaxy A53 gets One UI 6.0 beta based on Android 14

Samsung is continuously expanding the One UI 6 beta to various Galaxy phones, and the latest model to receive this significant update is the Galaxy A53. The beta program has already gone live in different regions including the US, the UK, India, Germany, Poland, and China.

If you are using the Galaxy A53 and want to try out the Android 14-centric One UI 6 beta on your device, read on to know more details.

The initial beta for the Galaxy A53 comes with the firmware version A536EXXU7ZWIA, obviously, it is a big upgrade and requires over 2 Gigs to download. If you are interested to try out the beta on your device, then you can enroll in the One UI 6 Beta program from the Samsung Members app.

Moving to the features and changes, the One UI 6 beta for Galaxy A53 comes with a slew of new features including the redesigned Quick Settings with blurred background. The new Quick Settings have some bigger toggles for easier controls. One UI 6 Beta also comes with many updated Samsung apps so it is possible that you may find new features in available Samsung apps.

Other than that, the upgrade lets users change backgrounds in modes, brings access to new Emojis, updated Media Player, better animations, lets you change the position of the clock in the lock screen, and more. Explore more details about One UI 6 on this page.

If you are a proud Galaxy A53 owner, who wants to try Android 14 based One UI 6 beta, you can join the beta program. However, please keep in mind that the initial beta release may have some issues, so we don’t recommend installing beta builds on your primary smartphone.

If you are in a haste and want to join the beta program, you need to install the Samsung Members app on your smartphone, once done, open the app and find the One UI 6 beta banner and tap on it.

If not available you can check for Notices section (bell icon). There you will see the One UI 6 Beta banner. Tap on it and follow instructions. After that you can check for the update in Settings > Software Update.

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By Haneet Singh

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