The latest (ninth) Galaxy S23 One UI 6.0 beta update is now rolling out in more countries, following its debut in the US. This is expected to be the final beta update before the software goes stable, though Samsung has said there could be more delays if the need arises and things aren't as stable as the company wants it for the public rollout.
The newest beta is now rolling out in the UK and Germany. Expect it to be released in India, Poland, and Korea as well over the next few hours.
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Samsung seemingly wants to get everything right
It's not often that Samsung releases this many One UI beta updates before a stable launch. With the ninth One UI 6.0 beta firmware rolling out, it's become more evident than ever that Samsung is paying more attention to the quality of its updates since it began leaning toward creating optimized user experiences.
If nothing unusual goes unexpectedly wrong, One UI 6.0 is poised to be a fantastic update for Galaxy device users. The new firmware redesigns various UI elements, including the typeface, Samsung Keyboard emojis, and the entire quick toggle and notification area. The update also brings new lock screen animations, widget redesigns, and app improvements, along with a better camera and photo-video editing experience.
Galaxy S23 users participating in the One UI 6.0 beta program can identify the ninth release by firmware version ZWJM.