Samsung Galaxy S21 Android 14 One UI 6.0 Beta Program Began

Samsung has prepared a big surprise for its loyal users! Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra users have now started receiving the One UI 6.0 Beta update based on Android 14. 

According to the information, Samsung has already released the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S22 series. Recently, Samsung is finally releasing the update for the Galaxy S21 series. This includes all three devices, and as expected, the update has gone live in Korea first, and in the coming days, we can expect the update to arrive in other countries as well.

How To Apply:

If you are in South Korea and want to get the latest Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for your Galaxy S21, then you need to go through the simple steps given below, with which you can join the latest One UI beta program and experience the update.

  • Head to the Samsung Members app.
  • Log in to your Samsung account and click on the Registration for One UI 6.0 beta program on the banner.
  • Fill out the form and complete the enrollment process.

How To Download:

After completing the application, you must search for updates via OTA by following the usual path: “Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.”

One UI 6.0 Features:

The One UI 6 beta update based on Android 14 comes with many new features and improvements, including a redesigned interface, notification panel, quick settings, a new blur effect, a different font, more options for customizing the lock screen, and Always On Display, improved weather app, new default fonts and emojis in Samsung keyboard, lock screen features, updates to pre-installed apps, custom camera widget and many more.  

One UI 6.0 Beta

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