Samsung has been working on the Android 14 update for its smartphones for a while now, and those enrolled in the One UI beta program got to try out One UI 6 to see what they could expect in terms of new features.
For those not in the beta, we have some good news for you because it appears that Samsung has started to roll out the Android 14 update to Galaxy S23 owners. The rollout has kicked off in Europe but we imagine that it probably won’t take too long before other regions receive it as well.
Non-beta users of the Galaxy S23 are also starting to receive the One UI 6 update in European countries (EUX CSC).
Size: 3.1 GB
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The update comes in at a little over 3GB in size, so you’ll want to make sure that your phone is connected to WiFi and it is also plugged in to ensure that there is enough battery for the update to download and install.
The initial release of the update was for those who were part of the beta program, but it looks like Samsung wasted no time in pushing it out for non-beta users as well. So, if you’ve been looking forward to One UI 6 (and subsequently Android 14), then keep an eye out for the update notification on your phone.
As for other Samsung phones, there is no word on when the company’s other handsets will receive the update, but hopefully it won’t be too far off.
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