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The One UI 6 beta will soon be available for the upcoming Galaxy S22.


samsung galaxy s22 rear panel

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  • Samsung has announced that the One UI 6 beta program is now available for the Galaxy S22.
  • The beta is now available for the Galaxy S22 series, making it the fourth Galaxy device to receive it.

  • The latest version includes several enhancements and added functionalities.


Samsung has recently started releasing the beta version of their One UI 6, which is based on Android 14. This update was initially only available for the Galaxy S23 series, but has now been extended to two mid-range Galaxy devices. The latest news is that the update is finally being rolled out to last year’s flagship model, the Galaxy S22.

Samsung has announced on its Korean community page that it will be launching the One UI 6 beta program for the Galaxy S22 series, which includes the S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra models.

Galaxy S22 One UI 6 Beta

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Samsung is urging those who download the beta version to share their feedback on the functionality and performance of the new update. To experience the beta for yourself, simply install the software through the Samsung Members app. Upon opening the app, you will see a One UI 6 banner at the top. Click on the banner and follow the prompts to install.

The beta version of One UI 6 introduces several fresh capabilities and enhancements to enhance user experiences. These updates include new widgets, customizable lock screen options, updated emoji designs, improvements to the camera app, and other additions. To see a comprehensive list of the latest features, visit our hub for a detailed breakdown of One UI 6’s changes.

Currently, the new version is accessible to those who own a Galaxy S22 in South Korea. However, it is expected to become available in the US, Germany, and other places over time. It is uncertain which Galaxy device will receive the update next, based on Samsung’s past beta release patterns.