These Samsung Galaxy phones have received One UI 6 beta

The latest OS update for Android phones is Android 14. Android 14 for Pixel phones was released in the first week of October. Other Android OEMs, such as Samsung, have also recently begun testing the Android 14 on their devices.

When it comes to Samsung, the Android 14 update for Galaxy phones will be delivered through One UI 6. The company first released Android 14-based One UI 6 beta for its flagship phones late September. Since then, a few weeks have passed, from which we can expect some more devices to have joined the beta program. Indeed the One UI 6 beta is now available on multiple Samsung Galaxy devices.

If you’re wondering if your Galaxy phone is eligible for Android 14, you can check out the complete list of eligible devices.

Following the Galaxy S23, a bunch of other Galaxy series have joined the beta program in last six weeks. This lineup includes flagship phones as well as some budget phones. Samsung never leaves new budget phones behind, some budget phones get new OS update before one or two year old flagship phones. We don’t usually see budgets phones getting major beta this early. Only Google and Samsung is capable right now.

Here is the list of Galaxy Phones that are in the One UI 6 Beta:

The Galaxy S23 lineup has received a total of eight main beta updates, not including minor hotfixes. It is speculated that Galaxy S23 may receive the official One UI 6 update in October or early November. Currently, the One UI 6 beta update for other phones on the list is still yet to be received in some regions.

We will continue to update the list as more Galaxy phones receive the Android 14-based One UI 6 beta ahead of the stable release. Following the stable release for Galaxy S23, Samsung may follow the same pattern as last year, releasing the stable One UI 6 directly for other Galaxy phones.

The tech giant do the testing but internally which saves a lot of time. Only a few phones receive public beta and that too before the official One UI update release.

To join the One UI 6 beta, you’ll need to ensure that the beta program is currently active for your specific phone model and available in your region. You can refer to our guide on how to join the One UI 6 beta to get an early taste of its features.

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Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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