One UI 6.0 Beta Arrives for More Users


Sometime back, Samsung’s One UI 6.0 beta firmware arrived for Galaxy S23 users in several regions such as the United States, Germany, UK, South Korea, and India, bringing several new features to the company’s high-end Android phones. With that in mind, the update was recently made available for users in Poland, via the second beta firmware.

The update consists of several improvements and fixes for issues that were spotted in the initial One UI 6.0 beta, including app crashes, resets, slow performance, as well as problems with the user interface. Other issues such as Repair Mode, Music Share, and issues with hardware such as the S-Pen and Galaxy Buds have also been addressed, according to Samsung.

Recently, it’s been speculated that Samsung might stick to its Exynos brand chipsets for the upcoming Galaxy S24, a rumor that was met with mixed reactions due to the Exynos brand’s reputation. With that said however, newer rumors indicate that the S24 Ultra variants might instead stick to Qualcomm Snapdragon chips, as seen on this year’s Galaxy S23 series.

Going back to the One UI 6 beta update, users enrolled in the beta might want to check if their device is eligible for the latest software patch.

Source: Sammobile

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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