A couple of weeks ago, Samsung released the first One UI 6.0 beta update to the Galaxy S23 series in three countries. Since the update is quite buggy, it is expected that the company will release the second beta update with critical bug fixes. Samsung has now revealed when it plans to release the One UI 6.0 Beta 2 update.
While answering a bug report from a One UI 6.0 Beta user, a moderator of the Samsung Community Forum in South Korea revealed that the company is fixing bugs and it will release an improved version of One UI 6.0 sometime in late August or early September. That lines up with expectations from fans about the second One UI 6.0 beta update possibly rolling out later this week. However, it is possible that the update may be pushed back to the first week of September 2023.
Right now, the One UI 6.0 beta version has a lot of bugs, including problems with the app drawer showing blank spaces and users unable to add widgets on the home screen in certain instances. The battery life is also not as good as it was on One UI 5.1. The first One UI 6.0 beta version also has problems related to color palette issues and the wallpaper changer UI showcasing UI elements where they shouldn't be. Animations and transitions are also buggy in some places.
Samsung is expected to release the second One UI 6.0 beta update to the Galaxy S23 series in a few additional countries, including China, India, Poland, and the UK. These countries will get the second One UI 6.0 beta update with the One UI 6.0 Beta 1 numbering. Samsung may release at least four more beta updates before releasing the stable One UI 6.0 update in Q3 of this year.
You can check out all the prominent One UI 6.0 features and changes in our in-depth video below.