Samsung is preparing to release its next Android version based on One UI 6.0, Android 14. Google has reached the final stage of beta testing, where most things have become stable. The public release of Android 14 will be in August. Many companies, such as Vivo, OnePlus, and ColorOS, have already started closed beta testing of their custom UI based on Android 14.

However, Samsung has yet to announce any Beta here, but it is expected that Samsung will release its Android 14-based One UI 6 next month. As always, flagship phones will receive the Android 14 Beta update first, followed by Samsung’s other phones, starting with flagships, then mid-range, and finally budget phones.

Samsung will start OneUI 6 Beta on August 2nd.

Samsung can’t release its Android 14 update before Google, but Samsung devices will certainly be the first to receive the Android 14 update. Also, many of Samsung’s phones will receive the Android 14 update because most devices have received updates with at least 4 years of Android support. Other companies may also receive Android 14 updates for some of their flagship and budget phones, but they will likely be later than Samsung.

It’s good that the company hasn’t forgotten about its mid-range phone, but the device will be a bit late to receive the One UI 6.0 update. However, it won’t be too late, and the update should arrive by the end of this year. At that time, many companies, such as Realme, Redmi, Moto, and others, may announce the Android 14 Beta, and except for some flagship phones, phones older than 2 years may not receive updates. You may expect to receive the Android 14 update on some flagship phones.

Samsung will start the Android 14 One UI 6.0 beta on August 2nd: Report

As the company recently made the Android 14-based One UI 6 page live, We only wait to see when Samsung will start the enrollment. Even on the Samsung Forum, a section for One UI 6 has been created, so the release won’t be too late. So far, there has been no community post by the moderator or the company regarding One UI 6.0, so there is no idea when it will be released. However, the reports are confident that it will be released on August 2nd.

First, the Galaxy S23 series will receive One UI 6.0 Beta based on Android 14, followed by the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 rollout. These will be the first devices in their segments to receive Android 14, although it has yet to be officially announced. However, we can confidently say this based on the company’s tradition. This time, the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 are particularly accurate because their firmware builds have already been seen on Samsung servers.

Some of the features already available in One UI 5.1.1 with Android 14 include the Drag-and-drop feature. Originally, this feature was new to Android 14, but since the company has tested it, it will come with Android 14. This feature is available in the Galaxy Z Fold 5, where it is a very useful feature, and many other features have been added, such as Multi-Window, App Continuity, the taskbar, and many third-party apps that have been optimised. This turns it into a productivity machine, and you get a PC-like experience to some extent.

Now that the company has completed its second event, it can focus on OneUI 6.0. The company may not have yet announced it because the event has just been completed. Another thing is that the company has not yet released the Galaxy S23 FE during its event, which may come with OneUI 6.0 around the time of the release of the Apple iPhone.

Before ending this article, I thought that the company had already released One UI 5.1.1 for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Tab S8, and now the company has released the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Flip 5, and Tab S9, which definitely come with One UI 5.1.1. There is a lot of pressure and complexity in how the company will manage the rollout of One UI 6.0. Until One UI 6.0 is mature and stable without any issues, the company will continue to update security and other important optimisations through One UI 5.1.1. The Unpack event is around the corner next year, where we may see the Galaxy S24 Series with One UI 6.1 and an interesting Galaxy Ring.