Samsung Galaxy S23 series is first in line to get the Android 14-based One UI 6 update this year. The Beta program is likely to begin in late July, while, someone just tested the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra running One UI 6 based on Android 14 on Geekbench.
We are hearing for a long that Samsung is internally testing the major upgrade for the S23 series. As the expected Beta Program schedule gets closer, Samsung is further boosting the procedure to begin the deployment of One UI 6 to Galaxy S23 and other models.
Talking about the benchmark (courtesy of Tarun Vats), the Galaxy S23 Ultra didn’t perform well. However, it doesn’t mean that the upgrade will ruin the user experience, but it’s because of the experimental firmware. This will surely get optimized before the Beta release expected in the third week of July.
In single-core, the US variant of S23 Ultra with 8GB of RAM scored 1712, while 3476 in multi-core. Notably, non-US variants are also equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy processor. The custom chip will help Samsung deliver a way better user experience compared to rivals.