One UI 6.0: What to Expect and Which Devices Will Receive It First

One UI 6.0

Samsung is gearing up for the release of its latest customization layer, Samsung One UI 6.0 Beta, which will be accompanied by the arrival of Android 14. We already have extensive information about this upcoming update, including its potential release date and the eligible devices expected to receive it first.

While the Android 14 beta update is already available for more than 20 phones, Samsung devices are yet to receive it. However, this is about to change soon. Samsung is diligently preparing for the launch of Samsung One UI 6.0. It is likely to debut in the beta phase around August.

Samsung’s One UI 6.0 with Android 14: Expected Release Date and Devices to Receive the Update

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Later this year, it is highly anticipated that Samsung will officially introduce the One UI 6.0 customization layer, built upon Android 14, to the majority of its devices. The company is committed to ensuring that all compatible devices receive this update as soon as possible. While some lucky users can expect to receive the beta version in August, similar to the rollout of One UI 5.0 last year, the full release is expected to follow.

With the update, users can look forward to experiencing all the changes and improvements brought by Google, including an updated shared menu, enhanced gesture navigation, language preference customization within apps, and an array of new features on the lock and home screens, among other enhancements. Many exciting features are expected to arrive with Android 14. Both sooner than anticipated for select Samsung devices and progressively over time for other models.

The burning question on everyone’s mind is which Samsung Galaxy models will be the first to receive the Android 14 update. The initial recipients are likely to be the Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. Subsequently, the newer foldable devices, namely the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, are expected to follow suit. Moreover, the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, set to be unveiled in August, will also be eligible for the update.

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Following the flagship devices, the Samsung A-series, including the Galaxy A73, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A54, are anticipated to receive the Android 14 update. Subsequently, the update will extend to the M-series phones. While the latest high end models will be the first to enjoy Android 14, older flagship devices should not lag far behind in receiving the update.

These Samsung smartphones are set to receive One UI 6.0 based on Android 14:

  • Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S23+
  • Samsung Galaxy S23
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S22+
  • Samsung Galaxy S22
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+
  • Samsung Galaxy S21
  • Samsung Galaxy A73
  • Samsung Galaxy A72
  • Samsung Galaxy A53
  • Samsung Galaxy A52
  • Samsung Galaxy A52s
  • Samsung Galaxy A33
  • Samsung Galaxy A23
  • Samsung Galaxy A14
  • Samsung Galaxy A13
  • Samsung Galaxy A04s
  • Samsung Galaxy M53 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M33 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M23
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

As for the timeline, we expect that Samsung One UI 6.0 will enter the beta phase in August. With the stable version rolling out a few weeks later. Samsung typically takes around two months for the complete update process. Therefore, the first devices to receive Android 14, starting with the Galaxy S23 series, may expect to receive the update as early as October. These devices will benefit from four major Android updates and up to five years of security updates.

Excitingly, all the new features and improvements of the Android 14 operating system are just around the corner for Samsung smartphone owners. If you are one of the fortunate users, you can look forward to experiencing these enhancements in the near future. By the end of the year, most, if not all, eligible devices will have received the Android 14 update.

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  1. July 17, 2023

    great features

  2. July 17, 2023