Samsung is gradually expanding the availability of its One UI 6.0 beta to more devices. It's a great day for Galaxy A54 owners in supported markets as the company has now started rolling out its latest beta firmware for the premium mid-range smartphone.
The company has confirmed the launch of this beta for the Galaxy A54 in South Korea. It goes without saying that the device is going to get the beta in other supported markets sooner rather than later.
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Galaxy A54 One UI 6.0 beta is finally here
The One UI 6.0 beta for the Galaxy A54 gives device owners the chance to try out Android 14 and everything that it brings to the table. Granted, this is a beta release, but Samsung has launched multiple beta firmwares already so it's pretty polished by now.
One UI 6.0 brings many improvements to the overall look and feel of Samsung's custom software. In addition to several new features, you'll also find cosmetic improvements such as an enhanced layout for notifications, easy access to the full quick panel, a new button layout, and more. It also brings new widgets, enhances Samsung's native apps and adds new camera features.
If you're interested in taking the firmware for a spin, here's everything you need to know about joining the One UI 6.0 beta program. It's recommended that you backup the data on your device prior to installing the beta firmware.
Samsung is going to eventually make the Galaxy A54 One UI 6.0 beta available in more markets, including the likes of the United States, India, Germany, and the United Kingdom soon.