Samsung has released the stable Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update to the Galaxy A34 5G. The company released the One UI 6.0 beta update to the mid-range smartphone in some countries a few weeks ago, and the users who participated in that beta program are now getting the stable Android 14 update in the UK.
Several other smartphones from the company, including the Galaxy A54, Galaxy A73, Galaxy S22, Galaxy S23, and Galaxy Z Flip 5/Fold 5, have also started getting the stable Android 14 update.
Galaxy A34 One UI 6.0 beta testers in the UK are getting the stable Android 14 update
The stable Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update for the Galaxy A34 5G is now available (via @tarunvats33) with firmware version A346BXXU4BWK2. The update is only available to One UI 6.0 beta testers in the UK right now, but we expect more users and countries to get the update in the next few days. The new update also includes the November 2023 security patch that fixes several vulnerabilities in the software.
If you have participated in the Galaxy A34's One UI 6.0 Beta Program and live in the UK, you can now check for the stable update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install. We expect all the Galaxy A34 users who are using One UI 5.1 to get the stable Android 14 update in the next few weeks. Once the new firmware is available in our database, you will be able to manually flash it on your Galaxy A34.
One UI 6.0 is based on Android 14, and it brings several new features to the Galaxy A34. The new software has a completely revamped Quick Panel layout, tweaked notifications design, a new media player widget with waveform animations, and completely new emojis. Samsung has also improved all the stock apps, including the camera app, which has simpler controls. The lock screen clock widget also has more font, size, and placement options.
To view all the changes and improvements that come with One UI 6.0, watch our in-depth video below.
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