Samsung has released the ninth One UI 6 beta version for the Galaxy S23 series, the stable version will arrive next week
Yesterday, a moderator of the Samsung Members community stated that Samsung will no longer issue One UI 6 beta updates and that a new beta will only be available if there are issues that need to be resolved before the stable version update is distributed.
However, it turns out that there were some bugs that needed to be fixed, so Samsung today released the ninth One UI 6 beta for the Galaxy S23 series, reports Sam Mobile.
One UI 6 beta version, based on Android 14is available for the Galaxy S23 series in the US, UK and Germany, and is arriving in nine more countries during the day.
The ninth One UI 6 beta available in the US has a firmware version ending in ZWJM and requires a download of around 420MB. This version includes the Android security package for October 2023, and the changes state that some bugs have been fixed and that the overall stability of the software has been improved.
The distribution of the stable One UI 6 is expected to start next week, as the beta program was supposed to end this week.
However, since Samsung has released a new beta version, those who are not included in the beta program will have to wait longer to try One UI 6 on their smartphone.
So, let’s wait until next week, when the officially ironed One UI 6 version of Samsung’s software, based on the Android 14 system, would arrive on Galaxy S23 phone series.