Last week, Samsung released the first One UI 6.0 beta update to the Galaxy S23 series in Germany, South Korea, and the US. As expected, the first beta version of One UI 6.0 had a lot of bugs and performance issues. Today, the company has released a new beta update to fix some critical bugs.
Samsung has released a new build of the Android 14 and One UI 6.0 beta for the Galaxy S23 series today. This update's rollout has started in South Korea, and it is possible that it will be released in the US and Germany as well. As you would expect, Samsung is fixing just one critical bug that was present in the first beta build with the new hot-fix beta update.
The new update has a firmware version that ends with ZWH8 (baseband ending BWH8), and it seems to fix issues related to the cellular network being unreachable in some areas, and it seems to be limited to Galaxy S23 series users on the KT network in South Korea.
It is expected that Samsung will release the second One UI 6.0 beta update sometime later this week or next week with more bug fixes. The same update could be released in China, India, Germany, and Poland as the first beta update in those countries. If you're waiting to get your devices registered to beta-test One UI 6.0, keep your eyes on the Samsung Members app.
You can check out all the important new features that One UI 6.0 brings in our detailed video below and read the complete changelog here.