Samsung has notified Engadget that the rollout of its One UI beta test has been postponed until further notice. “Samsung Galaxy S23 owners can test One UI 6 features early” was the original story’s title, which is listed below. Samsung’s Galaxy S23 owners can preview and test One UI 6 before anyone else. Owners of the Galaxy S23 from the United States, Germany, and South Korea are welcome to participate in the tech giant’s beta program for its version of Android 14. Throughout the trial, participants are expected to submit feedback. Samsung says it plans to make adjustments in response to their suggestions to produce “a richer, more intuitive experience for all.”
The company promises a more contemporary appearance and feel for the new UI. To give users faster access to the features they use, it changed the Quick Panel’s layout and added shortcuts to a single screen. Users don’t need to swipe down twice to access the whole Quick Panel; they may slide down once from their screen’s upper right corner. Additionally, customers no longer need to open the entire Quick Panel to change the brightness of their screen; instead, they may access this setting by swiping down once from the top of their phone to see the smaller version of the panel.
One UI 6 offers customers the option to set various lock screens for various Modes, “such as a calming photo of a forest in Sleep Mode,” the firm says. Additionally, users will discover a new camera widget that enables them to pre-select storage places for each mode utilized, resulting in a cleaner and better-organized gallery. Historically, Samsung has provided its Galaxy S users first access to any forthcoming skins built on the most recent Android OS. Today marks the start of the One UI 6 beta program. Like in previous iterations, owners of Galaxy S23 devices in the three aforementioned nations are eligible to participate by registering through the Samsung Members app.