Last month, Google debuted Android 14, the newest iteration of its renowned operating system, at its yearly Google I/O developer conference. The tech powerhouse has already begun distributing beta updates of Android 14 for Pixel smartphones. Samsung now seems to be preparing to launch its own Android 14 beta update for its range of smartphones.
A Sammobile report suggests that Samsung will initiate its own Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta program by July’s end. The report states that Samsung could begin issuing One UI 6.0 beta updates for the Galaxy S23 series in the third week of July. Following this initial rollout, the company is expected to distribute beta updates for other smartphone models.
The report further states that Samsung has initiated the foundational groundwork for the beta program, including updating apps with One UI 6.0 compatibility. While the company has yet to disclose specifics about One UI 6.0, further details about the operating system will be revealed in the forthcoming weeks.
Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked Event Slated for Next Month
Samsung is in preparation mode for unveiling its future foldable smartphone series. The company has officially released a few details about the eagerly awaited Galaxy Unpacked event, where these new foldable devices will make their debut. The event is scheduled for July in South Korea, with COEX in Samseong-dong, Gangnam, set as the location. Samsung’s main highlight at the event will be the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 foldable smartphones. The tech giant is also expected to exhibit the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Tab S9 series at the event.