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One UI 6 Beta Program for the Galaxy S23 Series Devices Now Made Available in India

For the Galaxy S23 series smartphones Indian users who have been waiting for access to the One UI 6 beta program, Samsung has made it available in India, as well as in a few more countries.

Here’s more about it.

Galaxy S23 Series One UI 6 Beta Program

Last month, the South Korean smartphone and consumer electronics maker, Samsung opened the One UI 6 beta program to its flagship Galaxy S23 series devices, which includes the Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra smartphones. However, the beta program was only made available to users in the countries of Germany, South Korea, and also in the United States.

Now, the brand has made it available in India as well as in the countries of China, Poland, and the UK. More users can now be a part of the beta program to experience the One UI 6 custom skin based on the Android 14 operating system ahead of the stable version’s release.

Interested Galaxy S23 series smartphone users in the above-mentioned countries, in order to participate in the beta program, will have to download Samsung’s Members app and sign in with a valid Samsung account. They should then register themselves to the One UI beta program after which, will have to visit “Software Updates” in the device’s “Settings”. Download the beta update and install it, and you are all set to go.

One UI 6 Beta Program - Galaxy S23 Series - Android 14 OS


OnePlus, one of the other leading smartphone manufacturers, has confirmed to release its OxygenOS 14 stable version based on the Android 14 operating system this month on the 25th of September, and Google might be unveiling its Android 14 OS stable version before the OxygenOS 14 release. Samsung might also be coming with the One UI 6 stable version soon after the launch of the Android 14 stable version.

Here are some of the features that you can find in the One UI 6 beta update.

One UI 6 Beta Update – Features

Some of the features that are included in the update are new default fonts, new emojis on the Samsung keyboard, a revamped quick panel, a brightness control bar in the quick panel, lock screen customization as per different modes and routines, and improved security and privacy.

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