One UI 6.0 has been available in beta for Galaxy S23 owners for a few weeks now, and the beta has also been released for some other devices in recent days. There are plenty of new features in One UI 6.0 (and Android 14), many of which we break down in our YouTube video below, and it seems Samsung is not done yet and will be adding more features to One UI 6.0 before the beta phase is over and the update is rolled out to the general public.
Samsung has received a lot of feedback for One UI 6.0 from beta testers, and it has also received requests for new features. And Samsung has now confirmed that it will be granting at least one of those requests – One UI 6.0 will get more font choices for the clock on the lock screen.
On One UI 5.1.1, Samsung lets you choose from nine different fonts for the lock screen clock, but the list is shorter on older versions of One UI. That essentially means that anyone who doesn't own a foldable Galaxy phone or tablet has fewer options as One UI 5.1.1 is not available for non-folding Samsung phones, so it's good to see that Samsung will be leveling the playing field with Android 14/One UI 6.0.
We also hope Samsung will add more clock styles. You can currently choose from six styles – two of those are analog and four are digital. Not everyone is interested in customizing how the time displayed on the lock screen looks like, but for those who do, the options available right now can seem pretty limited.