Galaxy Z Fold 4 And Flip 4 received One UI 6.0 Stable With December Patch

Samsung has added a slew of Galaxy smartphones that are receiving One UI 6.0 update, and currently, it’s time for the 2022 models, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, to get the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update with the December security patch. 

Samsung 2022 foldable models, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, are finally getting the newest One UI 6.0 stable update, which is based on Android 14, in two selected regions, Korea and India, respectively. It’s expected that the brand will soon make the latest stable One UI 6.0 update available in other eligible regions as well.

Other than that, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone is receiving the One UI 6.0 stable update with F936BZZU4EWL1/F936BOXM4EWL1/F936BXXU4EWL1 version, while the Galaxy Z Flip 4 gets the One UI 6.0 update with version F721BXXU4EWL1/F721BOXM4EWL1/F721BXXU4EWL1, respectively. 

With the One UI 6.0 stable update along with the December 2023 security patch update, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 users several features as well as enhancements to the UI of the smartphones, alongside providing a seamless and intuitive user experience. Also, this update will definitely enhance system stability and security and optimize system performance, and all the known bugs and issues will be fixed. 

Furthermore, the update package size for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 consists of 712.16 MB, while the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has a 687.69 update package size. 

On the flip side, in order to download the latest One UI 6.0 stable update for your Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 smartphones, just go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and Install.


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