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Samsung officially announces One UI 6.0

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Samsung has been working on getting its phones ready for the Android 14 update. The company has been beta testing One UI 6.0 (which is based on Android 14) for a while now, but they have since officially announced the update at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2023.

One UI is basically a modified version of Android 14. It will come with all the new features and changes that are part of Android 14, but with some tweaks and changes here and there that will help it stand out from the rest of the competition.

While we already know what to expect from One UI 6.0 based on the betas that have been released so far, Samsung did mention that overall, the update is expected to make their phones easier to navigate, easier to manage, and also offer up more customizability to make your phone truly unique to you.

Samsung also announced One UI Sans, a new font that will be used in the update that they claim will improve readability. They will also be introducing AI features where the OS will be able to analyze photos you’re looking at and can recommend the best editing tools. The company stopped short of mentioning when the update will be released, but based on past release schedules, there is a good chance it could start rolling out by the end of the year.

Source: Samsung

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