Samsung Galaxy F23 5G beta users in India receives Android 14 based One UI 6 stable version with December 2023 security patch

Samsung has finally announced the Android 14 based One UI 6.0 stable version for the Galaxy F23 beta users in India. An X user named Tarun Vats has shared the screenshot of a user receiving the update.

The update has a download size of 488.12MB and can be identified by firmware version E236BXXU5DWL2 / E236BODM5DWL2/
E236BXXU5DWL2. This update comes with the December 2023 security patch thus enhancing the overall security of the system.

The company is expected to roll out the update on a broader basis soon. It is recommended to download it over a WiFi connection as downloading over cellular data may incur some additional charges.

Image Source: Tarun Vats

Now when we have got to know about the update, let’s get to know about the handset.

Specifications of Samsung Galaxy F23

The Samsung F23 smartphone features a 6.6 inch wide display that sports 1080×2408 pixels resolution. It sports a triple camera setup on the rear featuring a 50 MP primary camera, with 8 MP and 2 MP cameras. The front side of the smartphone sports an 8 MP selfie camera.

It is powered by a Snapdragon 750G 5G processor paired with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. It is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 25W fast charging.

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