Everything indicates that we will not have to wait long before we see the rollout of the stable version of Samsung One UI 6 (Android 14) on the Galaxy S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra.
Imminent release of Samsung One UI 6? The future update for Galaxy smartphones, based on Android 14, will not be too far from its stable version. In any case, this is what the specialized site explains SamMobile. As a reminder, the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus and S23 Ultra, among other models, have been able to access the beta program for some time, in certain countries.
Recently, Samsung published the fifth version of this beta, not counting some small fixes here and there. From there, a couple of items suggest that the stable version of One UI 6.0 won’t take long to see the light of day.
Development is going well
First, you should know that for all the pre-beta updates of One UI 6.0, Samsung took the trouble to point out issues that are still worth fixing with some patches. However, for the latest version so far, SamMobile Ensures that the change log – Change log – He did not mention any bugs that still need to be fixed.
Suffice it to point out that the South Korean manufacturer no longer faces major obstacles before publishing the stable version of One UI 6.
It is then good to remember that last year, the stable version of Samsung One UI 5 (Android 13) was launched after five different beta versions. Given the progress made with One UI 6, there is good reason to hope that the development of the new interface will respect the same timing.
Samsung right after Google?
With a little optimism, we can even imagine a global rollout of One UI 6 shortly after the Google Pixel 8 launch in early October. However, remember that the development of Android 14 looks rather amazing.
Google has lagged behind, but its future smartphones could also serve as a launchpad for the new operating system. So, the whole question is whether these additional delays affect Samsung or the latter is simply waiting for the green light from the Mountain View company to pull out all the stops on its part. The first to benefit should be the flagship Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra.
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