Samsung’s Android 14 Beta Is Near To Galaxy S23 Ultra As Fresh One UI 6 Beta Spotted

July is going to be a great month for Samsung smartphone users. At the end of the month, the company may unveil its Android 14-based One UI 6 skin for the Galaxy S23 series through the public beta program. Meanwhile, a fresh One UI 6.0 test build for Galaxy S23 has appeared on Korea test servers, which suggests that Samsung is getting closer to releasing the update to the public.

On the flip side, Google has already released the Android 14 beta 4 to its eligible devices, including Pixel Fold and Pixel Tablet, which reach Android 14 second Platform Stability. So Samsung is also expected to release the One UI 6 beta update soon. Between the One UI 6.0 and One UI 5.1.1 beta programs, the company is gearing up to launch it’s upcoming foldable and tablets at the Galaxy Unpacked event on July 26.

The One UI 6 beta based on Android 14 is very close to the Galaxy S23 series, as the fresh public beta firmware has been spotted on Korea test servers. Admittedly, the firmware-only version doesn’t sound exciting, but it does confirm that the arrival could be in late July or early August 2023.

Samsung has been working on the One UI 6.0 firmware for the Galaxy S23 series for some time now. The new One UI 6.0 beta test build is now out for the Galaxy S23 series. Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra have been spotted on servers with firmware S911NKSU2ZWG6, S916NKSU2ZWG6, and S918NKSU2ZWG6, respectively.

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