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One UI 6.0: Galaxy S23 Line Receives Sixth Beta Update with Bug Fixes

At the end of September, the Galaxy S23 line received the fifth beta update with fixes and improvements. Now, the South Korean company has released the sixth update One UI 6.0 for its flagships, taking another step towards the stable version.

The update is available in India and is expected to reach other countries participating in the beta program soon.

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The new update has firmware ending in ZWJ6 and is approximately 900 MB in size, according to the informant @tarunvats33. The description is quite short and only mentions enhancements to touch stability, software, and other unspecified improvements.

This week, Samsung formally announced One UI 6.0 at SDC23. Since the update only contains a few fixes, this strongly indicates that the South Korean company is already preparing to distribute the stable version for the Galaxy S23 line in the coming weeks.

For comparison, it’s worth noting that the Galaxy S22 line received five major updates of One UI 5.0 before the stable version was rolled out on October 24th last year.

Galaxy S23 One UI 6.0 Beta Update

The Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra are expected to be the first devices to receive the stable version of One UI 6.0. However, other recent flagships and mid-range devices will gradually receive the update over the coming weeks.

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Samsung’s new interface is based on Android 14 and comes with various design changes and innovations, offering more customization options to the user, as well as improvements to native applications.

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