Last week, Samsung released the first One UI 6.0 beta update for the Galaxy S23 series in Germany, South Korea and the US. As expected, the first beta of One UI 6.0 had many bugs and performance issues. Company today allowed New beta update to fix some critical bugs.
Today Samsung has released a new beta version of Android 14 and One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy S23 series. The rollout of this update has started in South Korea and is expected to be released in the US and Germany as well. As you might expect, with the new Instant Fix beta update, Samsung fixes only one bug that was present in the first beta.
The new update contains a firmware version with extensions ZWH8 (ends baseband BWH8), cellular networks are unavailable in some areas where troubleshooting appears, and appears to be limited to Galaxy S23 series users on South Korea’s KT network.
Samsung is expected to release a second One UI 6.0 beta update with more bug fixes later this week or later. The same update may be released as the first beta update in China, India, Germany and Poland. If you’ve been waiting to enroll your devices in the One UI 6.0 beta test, keep an eye on the Samsung Members app.
You can see all the major new features brought by One UI 6.0 in the detailed video below and read the full changelog here.