The One UI 6 Beta has been officially introduced by Samsung:
Samsung has announced that the One UI 6 Beta program will be available for download on the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra mobile devices. Because the Android 14-based firmware update is now available in the United States, Germany, and South Korea, users in those countries can now sign up for the beta version of the software through the Samsung Members app.
The company has released images of the updated Quick Settings user interface, as well as a new camera widget that gives users the ability to select a destination for their photos before they are even taken. Another feature that was highlighted in the press release was the ability to assign specific wallpapers to the different Modes and Routines.
The release of the One UI 6 beta, which had been anticipated to take place during the third week of July, appears to have been pushed back by approximately a week at this point.
It is still necessary for Samsung to deliver One UI 5.1.1 until such time as One UI 6.0 has been developed to a point where it can be distributed to all supported devices. An early beta version of this skin was distributed to families using the Galaxy Z Fold4 and the Galaxy Tab S8 earlier in this month. The Galaxy Z Fold5, Z Flip 5, and Tab S9 series have all officially upgraded to the latest skin and software version, so we can assume that future updates will also target these devices Samsung’s older devices are pretty much guaranteed to happen soon. This is because the Galaxy Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and Tab S9 series are all officially using this version of the software. Naturally, we will keep you updated on the situation.