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Samsung Rolls Out One UI 6.0 Stable Update To Galaxy A33 & A52s

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A52s devices are receiving stable One UI 6.0 powered by Android 14 update.
  • The update for both the specific devices has arrived with its own identification build number.
  • Users can easily download the update by following the steps mentioned here.

Two more Galaxy devices are joining the list of stable One UI 6.0 update list – Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A52s. Galaxy A33 and Galaxy A52s devices are receiving stable One UI 6.0 Stable update powered by Android 14 update.

The brand has already delivered the stable One UI 6.0 update to multiple Galaxy devices. Recently, GalaxyS21 FE has been received. 

The update for both the specific devices has arrived with its own identification build number, which is as follows – 

  • Galaxy A33 – A336BXXU7DWK6
  • Galaxy A52s – A528BXXU5FWK4

The brand has also set an installation package for both devices, which are 2261,41 MB and 2294,68 MB, respectively. It seems pretty lengthy. 

For now, the brand is rolling out this update for Galaxy A33 devices in some European regions, including Spain, Poland, Greece, and France regions, but it is expected that it will make the update available to all. 

On the other hand, for Galaxy A52s devices, the update is available in Spain, Germany, and Greece, but the brand will soon roll out the update in more regions. 

The users can easily download the update by just following the steps mentioned here: Go to Settings >> About Phone >> System Update >> Download and Install. 

With this update, the brand is offering new features, improvements, and changes. The quick panel functionality gets upgraded, as well as the camera UI, gallery, lock screen, home screen, and many more features. The overall stability and reliability of the device also increase, which leads to a seamless and flawless experience. 

Galaxy A33 One UI 5

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