In a sneak peek this June, Samsung teased the yet-to-be-released One UI 6.0 software, which will be based on Google’s new Android 14 operating system.
This software update is eagerly anticipated by Samsung users, not just for the fresh user interface and features it promises, but also for the extensive list of devices that are eligible for the upgrade.
Leading the charge is Samsung’s Galaxy S23 series, which is slated to be the first to receive the One UI 6 update. This reveal is expected to happen at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2023 in October, but selected models, including the S23 series, will have the privilege of testing the OS before its official release.
The One UI 6 update, powered by Android 14, will first rollout to the following Samsung Galaxy devices:- Galaxy S23 Series – S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra- Galaxy S22 Series – S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra- Galaxy S21 Series – S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra- Galaxy Z Fold Series – Z Fold 5 and Z Fold 4- Galaxy Z Flip Series – Z Flip 5 and Z Flip 4These selections predominantly feature flagship devices, which is unsurprising as Samsung typically prioritizes newer flagships, followed by older flagship models and mid-range ones. Select budget models will also be included in this update rollout, offering a broad spectrum of Samsung users the opportunity to experience the new software.
If you’re a proud owner of an eligible Galaxy S or Galaxy Z series smartphone, you can look forward to installing the new One UI 6.0 software. Following Samsung’s historical timelines, the new OS is expected to be available starting from August 2023. So, get ready to explore the exciting new features and enhancements that the One UI 6 update has to offer!