Android 14-based One UI 6 Beta Program reportedly starts in late July this year. Unlike iOS and Android’s Beta, Samsung One UI 6 testing activity remains limited to select countries. In the past, the company brought the Beta Program to seven markets from Asia, Europe, and North America regions.
Samsung has availed the One UI 5 Beta in seven states, which are expected to remain unchanged for One UI 6 Beta. The company has been enhancing the One UI software department, with European models getting firmware with a universal CSC.
Seven countries to get One UI 6 Beta
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
Germany, Poland and the UK are the three markets from Europe continent, however, there are several countries which should be available. About two years back, the company unified CSC for European variants, but it has not expanded the Beta market availability.
Samsung One UI 6
Recently, it is reported that the South Korean tech giant may launch the One UI 6 Beta program for the Galaxy S23 series in the 3rd week of July. It has also been reported that the Stable Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update will start rolling out to eligible models in October this year.
There are a number of Galaxy smartphones and tablets that are compatible with this major software upgrade, which you can check here. Android 14 brings new customization capabilities, which should also reflect in Samsung’s skin for Galaxy devices along with privacy and security upgrades.