After letting Galaxy Z Fold 4 owners in Korea test One UI 5.1.1 before its official release, Samsung has now kicked off the One UI 6.0 beta program for the foldable phone. Galaxy Z Fold 4 owners can participate in the beta program to take the Android 14 and One UI 6.0 update for a test run and can provide feedback that Samsung can incorporate into the finished update that it will release later this year.
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One UI 6.0 beta program debuts in South Korea
At the moment, the One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 appears to be live in South Korea. Other markets, including the USA, Germany, and the UK, could follow soon.
One UI 6.0 is a huge update, and Galaxy Z Fold users, in particular, should enjoy better multitasking features through improved pop-up window capabilities and various other tweaks.
The latest update redesigns the Quick Toggle area completely and even comes with a new typeface called One UI Sans. Another aesthetic change consists of a new emoji design for Samsung Keyboard and a revamped Weather app that shows more information and includes an interactive map view.
One UI 6.0 users can also add custom camera widgets to the home screen for specific shooting modes and get better photo-video editing tools. There's a lot to look forward to in One UI 6.0, and Galaxy Z Fold 4 users in South Korea can now get an early taste of what's to come, as long as they're willing to participate in the beta program.